Find out how we’re inspiring young people to take action to care for the environment on both a local and a global scale.
From building a bug hotel to creating natural rainbows, these activities will get kids outside and excited about nature this summer.
Living in the long grass in the Forest’s younger plantations, you need to be lucky to spot this little mammal, but there are signs to look out for.
Once in severe decline, the charismatic and elusive Eurasian otter is now found in waterways throughout the UK, including those in the Forest.
The Heart of England Forest has been awarded the Living Wage Foundation accreditation, recognising our commitment to paying our staff a real living wage.