To save our future, we must plant more trees
Planting trees is crucial in supporting our wildlife and fighting climate change.
At Woodoaks —a farm donated to our charity — we’re planting trees to support our wildlife. From dormice, bats and bees to butterflies, jays, nuthatches and so many more, each tree we plant creates homes for over 130 species of wildlife.
Just £3/month will plant hedgerow trees at Woodoaks. Your support will make such a significant difference to our wildlife’s future.
- Right now nearly 1 in 6 species are threatened with extinction from Great Britain
- Plant trees to fight climate change
- Plant a tree to save our soil
- Plant a tree for future generations
Let’s plant more trees at Woodoaks Farm
£3/month plants hedgerow trees, like hawthorn and field maple, which provide safe shelter, food and nesting habitats for dormice, birds and pollen rich flowers for bees.
£5/month plants native broadleaf trees such as oak and beech. These provide food and habitats for a huge range of wildlife including bats, nuthatches and small mammals.
£7/month plants fruit and nut trees like apple and walnut. These trees are sown with wildflower mixes, which help support a wider range of wildlife.
About the Soil Association
We’re a charity planting trees for a better future.
At the Soil Association we understand that many of the problems society and nature face are connected. So we work on multiple fronts to transform the way we eat, farm and care for our world.
Planting trees is just one of the ways we’re doing this, but as a charity we need your help to continue.
If we are lucky enough to raise enough funds to plant all the trees we need, donations will go to wherever the need is greatest in the charity.