Worcestershire’s Tree Warden Scheme

Worcestershire County Council has worked with the Tree Council for the last 33 years to support the Parish Tree Warden Scheme throughout the county. Countless volunteers have fulfilled the role over 3 decades and many parishes have undoubtably had their Treescape enriched as a result. During Covid the scheme was suspended in terms of volunteers going out on Tree Warden duty and the scheme has been rather dormant since. So we are now looking to reinvigorate the Tree Wardens in Worcestershire.

For more information on the Tree Warden scheme see Become a Tree Warden – Tree Council Volunteer Tree Wardens


Would you like to enhance your Parish for wildlife?

 Natural Networks offers grants and advice to projects which aim to create or restore wildlife-rich habitats that people can also enjoy. Worcestershire County Council and Worcestershire Wildlife Trust are working as a partnership to deliver this exciting opportunity .The programme will support you to deliver habitat improvements to benefit wildlife across Worcestershire, offering practical advice and up to 40% funding for projects. For information on eligibility and how to apply please click here . Or better still call to chat about a potential project and we can help you get started. Lucy Mayo, Natural Networks Programme Manager 01905 846741

Natural Networks Programme | Worcestershire County Council