You can learn a lot from trees. This tree stump was reputed to have been adapted as a place to leave and swap books in Lower Peover, Cheshire.

Is it still there?

Tree Warden Networks include many people with expertise in many areas of learning, but we never claim to be experts. These courses won't make you experts, but they'll guide you into knowing what you CAN do as a valuable volunteer, observer, source of information and encouragement in your community to work together for the love of trees

"Såga inte av grenen du sitter på"

a Swedish proverb -

"don't saw off the branch you are sitting on"

It's also important to learn what you can't do as a tree warden!

Getting started:

the induction course for Tree Wardens is an important way to share a common understanding with all wardens and supporters about what we can do. So it's a basic requirement for anyone who wishes to be a tree warden. The course lasts just over 2 hours and is free. It also explains that not all wardens wish to take on every task or are expected to. here's the link: