A felled tree moves through Glasgow carried by a group of women. An act of endurance and love for the planet.
From 19-21 March 2021 a group of 15 women gathered to join us and take part in Walking Forest’s first camp online for South Devon. Here three participants, Rosa, Annie and Judy share their experience of the camp. The Camp forms part of Walking Forest’s Season For...
An invitation to join the Walking Forest Online Camp on 19th-21st March. If you would to find out more about the camp please come to our Q & A session on Thursdays 4th, 11th and 18th March at 10.30am.
The invitation: Join an international online gathering for Women Earth defenders and activists to share personal accounts, make connections and inspire courage in us all. This online gathering will be participatory and nourishing inviting participants to share and...
In December 2018 Lucy Neal and Shelley Castle took the train to Poland to gift seeds from the last remaining Suffragette Tree in Batheaston, UK to delegates at the COP24 climate talks. This was followed a week later by a night time Vigil at Rose’s tree back in the...
We started the first annual WF vigil in December 2018 inviting each year a small group of predominantly women to gather with us in the company of the last standing Suffragette Tree in Batheaston.
An invitation to join the Walking Forest Online Glasgow Camp – Tues 21st, Thu 23rd and Tues 28th September.
There are four strands to the work for this year and going into 2021 – Trees, Mycelium, Gifting & Propagation Camps.
On October 14th 2019 we invited people to join us on a performative mile-long walk in London timed to coincide with the October International Extinction Rebellion. Invitations went out through Walking Forest networks as well as directly through Extinction Rebellion circles.
Partnering with Moor Trees we spent a day under the canopy of ancient Dartmoor oak, gathering acorns to plant for future forests.