We are the Woodland Trust. We want to see a UK rich in woods and trees. Here’s how we’re making that a reality.
Creating new woodland is at the heart of what we do. We mobilise communities, landowners and volunteers to get trees in the ground, and aim to plant a tree for every person in the UK.
Ancient woods have rich, irreplaceable ecosystems. But they’ve been damaged by non-native planting and invasive species. We work to restore them to their former glory
Standing up for trees and woods across the UK is why we’re here. We campaign to stop the irreversible destruction of ancient woodland and unnecessary loss of trees from our cities.
Our people work every day to ensure the 1,000 woods in our care grow and thrive. We open up access to our woods free of charge and welcome thousands of visitors each year.
Research and evidence
Scientific evidence underpins our conservation work. We are constantly looking for effective, credible solutions to deal with the challenges facing trees and woods in the UK.
Policy and practice
To achieve our vision of a UK rich in native woods and trees, it is vital that government and policymakers understand nature’s importance and take action.
Woodland Trust – Northern Ireland
The Woodland Trust Northern Ireland
1 Dufferin Court, Bangor, County Down, BT20 3BX
Telephone: 0289 127 5787
(Mon-Fri, 8.30am to 5pm)
Keyphrases: Conservation, new woodland, restoring trees and woods, planting trees