The UK’s largest tree celebration takes place this week to bring together schools and communities to participate in the annual launch of the tree planting season.
Last week we posted an article giving a few ways that you can help to report instances of Ash dieback. This tree disease is now receiving quite a bit of media attention and for good reason. Ash dieback could devastate the 80 million ash trees across Britain – that’s about a quarter of all trees growing here. But people power can help to stop it.
As has been widely reported in the media, the UK has become the latest country to fall victim to a fungus that attacks the common ash tree.
A big well done to our new Development Manager, Andy who completed the his Half Marathon challenge on a very autumnal but sunny, Sunday morning in Oxford.
Our new development Manager, Andy Egan, is running the Oxford Half Marathon on Sunday 14 October. He is aiming to raise £500 for ITF.
The complete flora of tropical East Africa has been recorded by scientists, 60 years after the project first began.
Want to be in with a chance of winning a new Kia Picanto and help raise funds for ITF at the same time? We’ve teamed up with FSI (the Foundation for Social Improvement) and their Great Big Small Charity Car Draw so now you can do just that!
On Monday 17th September 2012, AFFORD (African Foundation for Development) hosts the book launch of Living with the Trees of Life by Professor Roger Leaky – vice-chairman of ITF.
ITF have teamed up with the Give as you Live scheme to make it even easier for you to support our work – and the best bit is that it won’t cost you an extra penny!