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Woodland Ways mission:


Education for sustainable development through local action and global awareness.


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This month's Tree Quotation

 "Whoever has learned how to listen to trees no longer wants to be a tree. He wants to be nothing except what he is. That is home. That is happiness."

Herman Hesse - a German-Swiss poet, novelist, and painter.


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Forest Schools at the Greenlight Trust

Have you discovered Forest Schools with the Trust yet.?

A great way to learn, explore and have fun in  woodland areas.

Accredited training and courses for volunteers, teachers and woodland practitioners. Find out much more here...

Work Parties re-starting

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Assistance needed

There is an opportunity at Woodland Ways to help manage and up-motivate the group. If you have experience at leading small and happy teams, and have an enthusiasm for our work to make Moreton Hall's woods better for people and wildlife, do get in touch...

Evenings on BBC Radio Suffolk - The volunteers who made a giant bat! - BBC Sounds The Woodland Ways group in Bury St Edmunds explain why they left their mark.   Hear more here...

Make a difference in the Suffolk landscape too - volunteer with Woodland Ways?

Trees and pollution image: Johannes Plenio, Creative Commons,

Office for National Statistics:

Carbon Dioxide emissions and woodland cover - where you live...see the latest data