The Woodland Trust
Established in 1972, the Woodland Trust is the UK's leading woodland conservation charity. Over the last 30 years or so, they have acquired more than 1,000 woodland sites covering over 20,000 hectares (50,000 acres).
Contrary to what people may think the UK is one of the least wooded countries in the whole of Europe, with only a quarter of the European average for tree cover. Only 4% of the country is covered by trees and woods that are 'native' to the UK - it is the Woodland Trust's aim to double to native tree cover.
The Trust has so far planted over 10 million trees across the UK, working with millions of children, schools and volunteers.
"More Trees, More Good" is the Trust's new campaign to encourage everyone in the country to plant trees by providing free and reduced price tree packs for communities and schools. The aim is to plant 20 million trees every year for the next 50 years.
Find out how the Woodland Trust is helping transform the landscape throughout the UK atwww.woodlandtrust.org.uk