The BBC website has a story about the first urban schools across England’s getting packs of saplings provided by the Woodland Trust, through funding by

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DEFRA and others. The aim is to plant about a million trees in schools by 2020, and 800 schools received their first saplings last week. There was a report on the Better by Nature website earlier this year with a comment from Beccy Speight, chief executive of The Woodland Trust:

“It is vitally important children get the chance to plant a tree. We know from our research it is a memory they’ll treasure for years to come. This scheme offers schools which have found it hard in the past, a new way to plant trees, and bring an oasis of green into their community.”


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