Severn Tree Trust

Scots pine
03 Mar 2020
An expert on ancient trees is to give a talk in Shrewsbury on new research that suggests the Scots pine is a true native of Shropshire and The Marches and not an introduced species after all. 'Pinus sylvestris' was thought to have died out in the region during the Iron Age, more than 2,000 years ago, and reintroduced later as an alien species. Now Dael Sassoon, a researcher in palaeoecology at...
01 Aug 2018
A series of guided visits to some of the most interesting tree collections in Shropshire, Cheshire and Mid Wales have been organised by an ancient tree and woodland preservation group. The visits, which are open to members of the public, have been organised by the Shropshire-based Severn Tree Trust. The first visit will take place on Sunday August 12 when the trust will visit Cholmondeley Castle...
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