Tonight: Learn about Wandsworth Tree Wardens

Tree Wardens are volunteers who care for local trees and promote public awareness of the benefits of trees in city environments. There is a meeting tonight at the Town Hall - all are welcome.

Next Meeting: 7pm on Thursday 12th July at Wandsworth Town Hall

The Wandsworth Tree Warden Network has been going for over 20 years and is an affiliated member of the Tree Council's national Tree Warden Scheme.

They meet every 3 months. Today they are inviting interested locals to come along and find out more. Just head to the main reception and ask for the Tree Warden meeting. 

An image of a tree-trunk

What does a Wandsworth Tree Warden do?

  • Identify new or replacement planting locations
  • Plant and care for new trees
  • Promote and improve the treescape within the borough
  • Act as "eyes and ears" for Wandsworth Council by reporting damaged, diseased and dead trees (via a formal reporting process)
  • Work with local partners on tree and woodland projects (eg the schools-based "Plant a Fruit Tree for the Queen's Jubilee"in conjunction with the London Orchard Project)
  • Attend meetings to develop ideas and campaigns
  • Attend training days throughout the year in conjunction with the Tree Council
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