25th March 2015
The Ancient Tree Forum launches new mobile-friendly website
The Ancient Tree Forum is delighted to launch its new website, which is designed to be fully accessible for those on the go, as it adapts for viewing on tablets and mobiles.
More information will be added to the website www.ancienttreeforum.co.uk over the coming weeks and months, but it already includes a wealth of information on topics from the fungi, lichen and other wildlife associated with veteran trees, to types of landscape where you might expect to find ancient and other veteran trees.
Resources on the website include books, videos and Ancient Tree Guides. You can even download an electronic version of the Ancient Tree Forums’s book ‘Ancient and other veteran trees: further guidance on management’ – or follow the link to buy your own copy.
A key feature of the site is a map and listing of sites across the UK which can be visited by the public, and where ancient and veteran trees can be seen. Many more sites and trees are due to be added to this section which will feature single heritage trees such as Newton’s apple tree in Lincolnshire and the Discoed Yew in Wales, and larger sites like Hampstead Heath in London, where hundreds of veteran trees can be seen.
The new look website also features the ATF’s new logo too, with its characteristic ancient tree.