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  • Sept 2022: Carbon Week Data Collection. Photo Credit: Wolverhampton City Council

    Sept 2022: Carbon Week Data Collection. Photo Credit: Wolverhampton City Council

  • June 2022: Local school attend Science Day Event. Photo Credit: Earthwatch Europe

    June 2022: Local school attend Science Day Event. Photo Credit: Earthwatch Europe

  • June 2022: Local school attend Science Day Event. Photo Credit: Earthwatch Europe

    June 2022: Local school attend Science Day Event. Photo Credit: Earthwatch Europe

  • March 2021: Wolverhampton's first Tiny Forest is planted (Photo credit Ric Bravery. City of Wolverhampton Council)

    March 2021: Wolverhampton's first Tiny Forest is planted (Photo credit Ric Bravery. City of Wolverhampton Council)

  • March 2021: Tiny Forest (Photo credit Ric Bravery. City of Wolverhampton Council)

    March 2021: Tiny Forest (Photo credit Ric Bravery. City of Wolverhampton Council)

  • March 2021: Outdoor classroom area (Photo credit Ric Bravery. City of Wolverhampton Council)

    March 2021: Outdoor classroom area (Photo credit Ric Bravery. City of Wolverhampton Council)

  • March 2021: Tiny Forest plaque (Photo credit Ric Bravery. City of Wolverhampton Council)

    March 2021: Tiny Forest plaque (Photo credit Ric Bravery. City of Wolverhampton Council)

  • August 2023: Science day  (credit: Earthwatch Europe)

    August 2023: Science day (credit: Earthwatch Europe)

Planted: 10 March 2021

Oak Street, Wolverhampton

Location: Wolverhampton

Be a science superhero and take part in monitoring this forest.

To access all our surveys and instructions on how to take part for this Tiny Forest, click the link to the left or scan the QR code with your mobile (each QR is unique to each forest). Find out more about Tiny Forest research

Welcome to our Tiny Forest

Wolverhampton's first Tiny Forest was planted on 10 March 2021 in Oak Street park. It was planted by local contractors and school children from Merridale Primary School and was part-funded by the OVO Foundation and the City of Wolverhampton Council. The design features an outdoor classroom area for use by both local schools and community members. Children from Merridale Primary have chosen an individual tree to look after and monitor and will be able to watch it grow over time.

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Visit our Get Involved page to find out how can you take part in activities at this Tiny Forest and join our Tree Keeper network.

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Planting Information

Planted
By:
School Children, Landscape contractors
Planting
Date:
10 March 2021
Planted
Area:
205m2
Classroom
Area:
18m2
Featured
Pathways:
No
Species Planted in the Forest:Beech, common(Fagus sylvatica) | Birch, downy(Betula pubescens) | Birch, silver(Betula pendula) | Blackthorn(Prunus spinosa) | Cherry, wild(Prunus avium) | Dog Rose(Rosa canina) | Elm, wych(Ulmus glabra) | Guelder, rose(Viburnum opulus) | Hawthorn(Crataegus monogyna) | Hazel(Corylus avellana) | Heather(Calluna vulgaris) | Hornbeam(Carpinus betulus) | Lime, large-leaved(Tilia platyphyllos) | Lime, small-leaved(Tilia cordata) | Oak, english(Quercus robur) | Oak, sessile(Quercus petraea) | Rowan(Sorbus aucuparia) | Wild service tree(Sorbus torminalis)

Tiny Forest Location:

  • Oak Street
  • Wolverhampton
  • WV3 0PZ
  • United Kingdom
  • GPS: 52.582056, -2.146194
  • City of Wolverhampton Council 01902 551155

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