The fruit trees in the Forest make an important contribution to biodiversity, provide excellent habitats for wildlife, as well as a feast for foragers.
Everyone has their own reasons for visiting the Forest and reconnecting with nature. Nordic Walker Kathrin tells us why she visits the Forest.
There are many mindfulness techniques to help us focus on the here and now, including listening to birdsong you can hear outside.
A walk in the forest at any time will boost your mood, but you can reap the benefits of morning light by setting aside 20 minutes at the start of your day.
Find out how we’re inspiring young people to take action to care for the environment on both a local and a global scale.
The varied habitats found in the Forest attract many butterfly species. Volunteer and butterfly lover Ramsay shares the best places to spot them.