Professor Rob MacKenzie, head of the Birmingham Institute of Forest Research (BIFOR) at The University of Birmingham, talks to BTP Chair Tonia Clark, about its pioneering research into climate change and woodlands. There’s also a short piece on the horse chestnut, with its impressive flower spikes.
Tonia Clark, from Birmingham TreePeople, interviews Eleanor Hoad, Forest School teacher, Urban Forest Volunteer and community gardener, about the health benefits of trees and a short piece on the birch tree, as they are a pioneer species, often found in heather moorlands.
Ian McDermott, arboriculturialist and trainer for BTP, talks to BTP Chair Tonia Clark about the role of street trees and how imperative they really are, which is why we need more of them. Street trees often go quite unnoticed, but they are an extremely important part of our city and town landscapes. They help reduce […]