The trustees are pleased to announce the publication of our first comprehensive research strategy. The strategy arose from a participatory ‘café-style’ workshop held at the Royal Botanic Gardens Kew in July 2018. The meeting was attended by trustees and members of the Research Advisory Committee, to review progress and future opportunities for Fund4Trees’ research activities promoting sustainable treescapes.
We hope you enjoy a short film of our ride to London on 26th September, celebrating the work of famous 17th century author John Evelyn, and involving an inner city community in celebrating the importance of trees.
The Charter for Trees, Woods and People will be launched on 6th November, and Fund4Trees is undertaking a special cycling Charter Ride to help celebrate this significant moment.
A report of the Rural Ride for Research, Chilterns, Oxfordshire – 27th September 2017.
By Colin Chambers
At the 9th London Tree & Woodlands award ceremony, Fund4Trees trustees Martin Gammie & Russell Ball, together with Chair of the Forestry Commission Sir Harry Studholme, signed the ‘Tree Charter’.