World Earth Day
On this, World Earth Day, we just wanted to give a big shout out to all our volunteers. On account of COVID restrictions, we suspended our volunteering programme at the beginning of January, almost before we had started.
22 Apr 2021
Climate change can be described as a change in global or regional climate patterns. These changes have become particularly apparent during the period covering the last third of the 20th century to the present, and they are largely due to human activity.
Enjoy 10% off your next Pooky order plus raise a free donation to Stump Up For Trees
Our good friends who manage the home décor company Pooky have offered advice and made donations to Stump Up For Trees in the past.
12 Apr 2021
The Angel’s Share
This is Keith’s blog on tree guards. We hope you enjoy reading it.
17 Feb 2021
05 Feb 2021
Why are we using sweet chestnut for the fencing?
In order to exclude sheep from the plant area, we have to erect a fence on the hill, which is common land.
04 Feb 2021
Thunderbirds are go!!
We are finally getting started on the Bryn Arw tree plant. Over the next 3 months we will plant 120,000 mixed native hardwoods on our Welsh hillside.
03 Feb 2021
European black poplar is the most endangered native timber tree species in Britain, and a noble tree by any measure.
04 Sep 2020
Have you got ‘Room for Trees’?
Room for Trees' was the idea of James Suter, one of our trustees who runs the Gliffaes Hotel near Crickhowell
28 Aug 2020
Visit to woodland creation in the Howgill Fells, Cumbria
In February, Keith and Rob from Stump Up For Trees visited Cumbria, looking at woodland creation on commons and private land in the Howgill Fells, with The Woodland Trust.
30 Jul 2020