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Why we need trees
Trees are crucial for a thriving and resilient Bristol and remove approximately 14,000 tonnes of CO2 per year. That’s equivalent to the emissions of 9,000 cars.
However, the Bristol forest is under threat. In years to come, 75% of the city’s most common tree, the ash, is expected to be lost as a result of ash dieback. Never has there been a more pressing time to accelerate our planting of trees in Bristol.
Other Great Ways to Replant Bristol:
You can also:
Sponsor street or park trees. See the panel below.
Donate land for tree planting. Many people want to plant trees but we need more land to plant them on, so if you have vacant-space on your land or know someone who does, please email us.
Buy trees for employees to plant in gardens. Scheme is development: email here.
Apply for Woodland Trust Tree Packs for schools and communitieshere.
Volunteer to plant and care for trees & woodlands. There is huge interest in volunteering to plant trees which says a great deal about the commitment of business and individuals to Bristol's environment. Replant Bristol tries to match interest to projects, but schemes in the city are currently full. Looking after young trees is just as important and these activities run May-September. We also run occasional woodland management activities, when funding is secured.
Adopt a Tree. Is there a tree in your area which is important to you or your community? If so, Bristol Tree Forum would love to hear from you and have a range of resources to help you record and 'adopt' the tree; simply click here.
Or download our brochure on Bristol’s urban forest.
Replant Bristol Partners.
The development and launch of Replant Bristol has been funded by the Woodland Trust’s Street Trees project which is supported by players of People’s Postcode Lottery. Replant Bristol is a catalyst group comprising of the Forest of Avon Trust, Bristol City Council, the Bristol Tree Forum and the Woodland Trust.