Planting a tree is just one way you can help the environment.
The Woodland Trust is a charity working to increase the number of trees in the UK. They can provide you with advice if you're planning to plant a tree. They also offer free trees for schools and communities.
The Tree Council brings everyone together with a shared mission to care for trees and our planet's future. They organise National Tree Week to mark the start of winter tree planting season. They also support schools to plant orchards.
Supporting the White Rose Forest
Every tree planted in Selby District helps to grow the White Rose Forest, the community forest for North and West Yorkshire. We are a White Rose Forest partner and are working on our own local tree planting plans across the District.
Everyone can help to expand the White Rose Forest in Selby District by making a donation via the White Rose Forest website or by volunteering to plant trees through one of our local projects.
At least one tree will be planted in Selby District for every £10 donation. To make a donation please visit the White Rose Forest website.
Queen's Green Canopy
This is a unique tree-planting initiative created to mark Her Majesty's Platinum Jubilee, which invites everyone from across the United Kingdom to 'Plant a tree for the jubilee'.
How to get involved:
1. Plan: The first thing you’ll need to do is acquire a healthy tree. Visit the plan page for more information: queensgreencanopy.org/plan
2. Plant: Once you’ve got your tree the next stage is finding out how to plant it! Find out how to here: queensgreencanopy.org/plant
3. Protect: With your tree planted, it’s time to give it the best chance of flourishing with some aftercare: queensgreencanopy.org/protect
4. QGC MAP: Add a photo of your tree to the digital record of the Jubilee tree
plantings across the country: queensgreencanopy.org/qgc-map/