2019 was a fantastic year in the Forest. We asked Beth Brook, our Chief Executive, for her top 10 highlights of 2019.
Often overlooked, hedgerows play a valuable role in the Forest beyond simple boundary marking. They contain ancient woodland species and provide food and homes for wildlife.
During the cold winter months it is a constant battle for local wildlife to survive, but we can help. Read our top 5 ways to help garden wildlife in winter.
Our fantastic volunteers contributed a staggering 4,302 volunteer hours towards supporting the Forest last year. Find out how they helped us.
We are delighted that our Year of Green Action pledge to involve young people in planting 1000 trees in 2019 has been fulfilled.
Winter is a great time of year to wrap up warm and head into the Forest to spot the wildlife that thrives in the colder months.