Fight for their future
Support the Woodland Trust to help save UK woods and the wildlife that lives there.
Trees. Our unsung heroes. Our urban observers. The life preservers. The givers, the takers, the generation makers. The wonder creators. Home to our pollinators. Big, small, urban, remote. Our oasis. Our sanctuary. Our escape.
The Woodland Trust plants trees and protects woods to create havens for wildlife all over the UK. With your help, we can do even more.
Support the Woodland Trust and your money can make a real difference for this and future generations. Preserve and protect British woods for the wildlife that lives there. Show you care and help us continue our vital work making our environment a better one for everyone.
Make a difference. Visit woodlandtrust.org.uk/join.
The last year has really highlighted the importance of the natural world around us. Our gardens, green spaces, parks and woodland have played such a huge part in our physical health and mental wellbeing.
By joining the Woodland Trust, the UK’s largest woodland conservation charity, you’ll be helping protect native woodland and create new woods throughout the UK. That's more of the places of calm and beauty we turn to when we need them, and more of the critically important habitat that supports some of our most precious wildlife.
Make a difference – membership starts at just £4 a month.
Membership allows us to...
The loss of ancient woodland and hedgerows has had a serious impact on many of our woodland species including Bechstein’s bats and purple emperor butterflies. Hazel dormouse numbers have declined by a third since 2000. Ancient woodland covers a mere 2% of the UK so homes for these cute and increasingly rare rodents are scarce. We cannot replace ancient woodland that has been lost but, by becoming a member of the Woodland Trust, you can help us protect what is left.
Your membership will also help us plant trees which can grow into flourishing new woods in as little as 12 years. Since 1972 we have planted more than 43 million trees across the UK. These amazing new wildlife havens are already providing food and shelter for red squirrels, pine martens, beautiful jays and thousands more of our woodland favourites.
Join the Woodland Trust and help us care for and restore damaged woodland so we can help wildlife and native plants to thrive once again.
We own and look after more than 1,000 woods across the UK and we keep them open and free for everyone to enjoy.
Every member receives:
- a welcome pack and membership card
- our directory to more than 1,000 Woodland Trust woods
- an identification guide to native trees and shrubs
- four copies of Broadleaf magazine per year
- a heartfelt welcome into a community of more than 250,000 like-minded members.