Trees, glorious trees

6000 more trees planted along the river Blythe!

This winter we’ve been as busy as ever, planting 6000 trees along the river Blythe. Most of the trees have been used to restore or create hedgerows, essential habitats for small mammals, birds and invertebrates. We’ve also created some additional habitat by planting small clusters of trees to form ‘scrubby islands’. These islands help create more diversity for wildlife within the landscape.

Thank you to our dedicated volunteers, as well as corporate volunteers from Severn Trent Water and DHL, for your hard work!

Blythe Alive Again is a wildlife-focussed project to restore and re-naturalise critical areas of the River Blythe. Generously funded by the Environment Agency and Severn Trent, and working alongside Natural England, we will be working from 2022 onwards on over 140 hectares of land within the River Blythe SSSI (Site of special Scientific Interest) area, to create a wide range of habitats.

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