Tree Equity Walk and Talk – what is it and why does it matter?

May 16th, 10am – 1pm, Nechells POD

Do you work with communities in your local area?

Do you wish there were more trees in that area?

Did you know that some areas of Birmingham have significantly less trees than others?
Birmingham Tree People have been working with Birmingham City Council, National Trust and Woodland Trust to plant trees in Nechells, Bromford and Hodge Hill this year. Trees can deliver huge health, social, climate and wellbeing benefits in cities. We would like to invite you to come and hear about our work, and how we have been working to bring these benefits to more people in Birmingham. This might be for you if you work with community groups, or are active in your community and would like to know more about how trees are established and maintained and how you might go about playing a role in helping your neighbourhood/city to get more of them.
Place: Nechells POD, 28 Oliver Street, B7 4NX
Date: 16th May 2024
Time: 10.30am – 1pm
We would like to invite attendees to stay for a networking and research lunch from approximately 12.15 – 1pm. All food and refreshments will be provided. Please note: part of the morning will involve a short walk to some of the planting sites. This will be at a relatively slow pace and last around 45 minutes. To book: Please email to reserve a spot