Over 30 species of butterfly call the Forest home. Find out about the Forest’s early and overwintering butterflies with our spotter’s guide.
Over 60,000 broadleaf trees were planted this season, but the challenges we face due to climate change means we must adapt how we grow the Forest.
A successful first year of bird ringing demonstrates that the mosaic of habitats in the Forest are attracting a wide variety of birds.
The Heart of England Forest has been awarded the Living Wage Foundation accreditation, recognising our commitment to paying our staff a real living wage.
Spending time in forests and woodlands improves our physical and mental health. The Covid-19 pandemic has highlighted the importance of the great outdoors.
This National Plant Health Week (20th – 27th April), we’re highlighting some of the challenges we face maintaining plant health in the Forest.