Welcome to our events page - take a look below to see what we're up to and how you can get involved.  At present most events are taking place online but this will change at some point ... and we're looking forward to a series of walks and talks when this is possible. You can read newsletters from this page, or sign up to receive them directly, and if you're curious about social media feeds, click the icons at the bottom of the page to visit Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.    

February 23

Ethnography on Foot III : A Walk in Newcastle

LImited numbers for this! If you'd like to join us and others sharing their insights into place, nature and cities, with a walk around the city centre ending at The Long View Exhibition, check the detail through Newcastle University's Cultural Significance of Place group.  

February 21

Tree planting at treefold:east

Join us on Little Asby Common to marking the planting of a Tree Charter legacy tree at the third treefold together with Friends of the Lake District stone wallers: 11am. There may be time for a stroll up to the Little Asby Hawthorn afterwards! More info here

February 20

Second Legacy Tree Planting at treefold:north, Glencoyne

We'll be planting a young oak tree in treefold:north, overlooking Ullswater, with the children from Patterdale School and Friends of Ullswater Way ... join us if you'd like to! More details here

February 20

The Long View Talk at Great North Museum : Hancock

While The Long View is on show at the Great North Museum : Hancock we'll be giving a presentation. Come along to find out how we chose the trees and what happened along the way. 6-8pm - more information here

February 12

Legacy Tree Planting at treefold:centre

Come and join us in Grizedale Forest to mark the completion of the first treefold with the planting of its Tree Charter Legacy Tree. You can help plant trees in a new forest extension too. Booking & info here.

January 15 to March 4

The Long View at Great North Museum: Hancock, Newcastle

The first venue beyond Cumbria for The Long View, showing at Newcastle's inspiring Great North Museum: Hancock.

November 25

Guided Walk for National Tree Week: Grizedale Forest

Join us for a walk through the woodlands and sculptures in Grizedale Forest, with soup and a warm drink afterwards. It's free but booking essential: click here. Nov 25th, 10.30am - 2.30pm.

November 17

treefold:north drop-in day

Come and join us during the build of the third Cumbrian treefold; discover what it takes to build a dry-stone sculpture, find out about plans for the tree that will be planted here and check out the magnificent view. 12 noon - 2pm in Glencoyne Park.

November 10 to November 11

RGS Explore

We'll be at the Royal Geographical Society in London taking part in panels and indulging in lots of conversations, plans and dreams! Always an inspiring weekend.

November 6

The Charter for Trees, Woods & People: Launch

The new Charter for Trees, Woods and People is being launched at Lincoln Castle, where the original Forest Charter is kept. A day of celebrations and we'll be presenting some of our work.

November 3

Poetry reading, Brewery Arts Centre

Harriet will be presenting her work at this evening event alongside Katie Hale and Caroline Gilfillan as part of the Brewery Poets reading series.

October 13

Kirby Lecture ( Friends of the Lake District) Ambleside

We feel honoured to have been invited to present The Friends of the Lake District's annual Kirby Lecture. If you'd like to come and join us there's more information here

October 9 to October 10

The Long View: final day of exhibition at Grizedale Forest

If you've been meaning to go, this is your last chance. The Long View exhibition finishes at Grizedale on 10th October. It will be touring the UK in 2018.

October 6 to December 22

Voices From the Land: Exhibition

An intimate enquiry into farming and Landscape in the Yorkshire Dales. After more than year of research, and working with a team of volunteers and students, Voices of the Land will share the views and practices of more than twenty farmers from across the Dales.

September 16

Acorn Poetry Seat: Penn Wood

The new Acorn Poetry seat in the Woodland Trust's Penn Wood will become active today, with audio recordings of Harriet's poems. If you're near, take a walk and have a listen. 

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