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You could say that the Pontfadog Oak, which has catastrophically collapsed and died, deserved the title of Wales’ National Tree. A more historic tree would be hard to find. The Welsh Prince Owain Gwynedd rallied his army under this tree … Continue reading
After months of gathering your support for our ‘gnarled and wrinkly’ campaign, yesterday (Wednesday 28 November) our Wales Director, Jerry Langford, our Communications Officer, Rory Francis, and I presented to the Welsh Assembly’s Petitions Committee a 5,320 signature-strong petition about … Continue reading
The Ancient Tree Forum, who work with the Woodland Trust towards securing a future for ancient trees, hold regular field meetings throughout the year. The latest event was in and around Wrexham. Ancient trees were visited in a very wide … Continue reading
The votes are in and counted and it’s now clear that Wales will have a Labour-led government over the next five years. But what will this mean for Wales’ woods and trees? The good news is that all main parties … Continue reading
Cymraeg isod One of the world’s rarest organisms is losing its home, veteran trees that provide a habitat for the ‘lemon tart’ lichen – found on only around 200 trees world-wide – are being felled right now, in order to cut … Continue reading
The 19th December is the closing date for a Welsh Assembly consultation on plans that could help shape the future of our countryside for years to come. But, asks Coed Cadw hasn’t the Welsh Assembly Government missed a trick by … Continue reading