Council to plant over 100 trees this tree planting seasonPublished: Thursday, 1st December 2022
This tree planting season Oxford City Council and ODS will be planting over 100 new trees as part of work to increase urban tree cover and biodiversity across the city.
Council launches ‘Treemails’ campaign ahead of National Tree WeekPublished: Thursday, 24th November 2022
This upcoming National Tree Week, Oxford City Council will be launching a new newsletter mini series for residents on the topic of tree planting, entitled ‘Treemails’.
Oxford’s first Living Roof bus shelter installed in East OxfordPublished: Thursday, 2nd December 2021
Oxford’s first Living Roof bus shelter has been installed in East Oxford, as part of work to support biodiversity across the city and enhance local communities.
Council publishes Urban Forest Strategy for OxfordPublished: Thursday, 11th November 2021
Oxford City Council has published its strategy for how it aims to protect, manage and enhance the trees and hedgerows in the city – also known as Oxford’s Urban Forest.
City Council reduces grass verge cutting to help wildflowers, bees and butterfliesPublished: Monday, 9th August 2021
Oxford City Council has reduced the number of times it cuts grass verges across the city to support wildflower growth, bees and butterflies.
Don’t feed the animalsPublished: Friday, 30th April 2021
Oxford City Council wants you to stop feeding the animals with litter.
Oxford City Council develops root and branch urban forest strategyPublished: Tuesday, 23rd March 2021
Oxford City Council is developing an Urban Forest Strategy to maximise the benefits trees have on the local environment and communities
Statement on badger cullsPublished: Wednesday, 19th August 2020
Today the council released the following statement on proposed badger culls in the county
City Council publishes Biodiversity Review for Oxford City Council Parks and Nature Areas 2020Published: Friday, 5th June 2020
On World Environment Day, Oxford City Council has published a Biodiversity Review for its parks and nature areas.
Volunteers give big boost for Oxford Canal wildlife corridorPublished: Thursday, 12th March 2020
Volunteers and local boaters have planted bulbs, trees and shrubs in support of the City Council’s drive to improve the waterways and boost biodiversity, support wildlife and fight climate change.
City Council commits to increase biodiversity citywide and support doubling tree cover across OxfordshirePublished: Tuesday, 28th January 2020
Oxford City Council has committed to increasing biodiversity in the city and is supporting the Lord-Lieutenant of Oxfordshire’s call to double tree cover across the county.
Volunteers needed for Grandpont Nature Reserve improvement day as city aims to create waterways corridors of naturePublished: Friday, 11th October 2019
Nature-loving volunteers are needed to lend a hand at the Grandpont Nature Park helping to improve the park and begin creating “corridors of nature” alongside the city’s waterways.
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