Free tree identification guides for Brighton & Hove residents

December 1, 2021

Love trees, but don’t know what you’re looking at? Register to receive your free tree identification guides to help you learn about trees and connect with nature where you live, study or work

The Brighton & Hove Green Spaces Forum is supporting the charities, the Field Studies Council and Trees for Cities, to connect people to trees by posting thousands of free ID trees guides from January 2022.

They are looking for people in living in Brighton and Hove and its surrounding areas to receive their three (yes three) ID and care guides.

Photo by Liz Finlayson/Vervate The Living Coast, the Brighton & Lewes Downs UNESCO Biosphere Region includes land and sea from Shoreham to Newhaven. Telscombe Tye - Youngsters up on Telscombe Tye

Register by 10th January 2022 to receive your first guide in the post in January 2022. Free guides are limited though, so please register quickly.

Each tree ID and care guide is a colourful and splash-proof chart which feels great to hold and fold flats to fit into large pocket or bag. Each guide is filled with drawings or photos created by enthusiasts and experts.

Registration is easy via the Field Studies Council website. It takes less than a minute.

By The Living Coast

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