’50 in 50′ Series: Reforestation (1976)

Lower Trent Conservation is celebrating its 50th anniversary! To commemorate this milestone occasion, we have released our ’50 in 50′ historical blog series. This special series features 50 articles highlighting some of the achievements, milestones and events of the past 50 years. We hope you enjoy them! You wouldn’t guess it today, but following rampant land clearing… Read More ’50 in 50′ Series: Reforestation (1976)

Treevia – Honey Locust: unhuggable yet irresistable

The Honey locust tree, has a sweet sounding name. It’s probably called that because of its quaint perfumed flower clusters which attract clouds of bees. However, the trees are armed with wicked three-branched thorns on the stems and trunk so look before you hug! Fortunately, bees don’t mind this prickly armour. This is a unique and highly decorative… Read More Treevia – Honey Locust: unhuggable yet irresistable