Havant Borough Tree Wardens are a local group of volunteers that forms part of The Tree Council’s national Tree Warden Scheme.
Our Purpose is:
To promote, for public benefit, the conservation, protection and improvement of the environment through the planting, care, nurture and cultivation of trees in the Borough of Havant.
Tree Wardens are not tree experts but are enthusiastic to learn about trees and how to protect them. They are volunteers with a passion for trees, residents dedicated to their communities’ trees.
Havant Borough Tree Wardens was originally set up in 1995 and re-established in 2006.
Tree Wardens live in all parts of the Borough and play an active part in local communities. Many are involved with other local conservation groups. We have members in Havant, Emsworth, Hayling Island, Leigh Park, Purbrook, Cowplain and Wecock Farm.
We are network members of The Conservation Volunteers (a national charity that supports local conservation groups) and we are represented at Havant Conservation Forum, a regular gathering of conservation groups within the Borough of Havant.
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