The Tree Explorer activity pack encourages children to get to grips with how the nations' forests are looked after. Children can try their hand at being a tree scientist, step into the world of a wildlife ranger or learn about the day job of Forestry Commission foresters.
A range of self-guided walks have also been created in forest locations around the country, encouraging people to learn more about the trees on their doorstep.
“We are committed to planting an ever more diverse range of tree species. These are grown from carefully selected seeds that could better cope with our changing climate, whilst increasing the variety of food for our wildlife,” said Rachel Giles, Learning Manager for Forestry Commission England.
“A huge variety of tree species grow in the nations' forests. They are beneficial for peoples' health, provide numerous habitats for wildlife and are used to make all sorts of everyday products. We hope our new campaign will inspire everyone to discover more about the wonderful world of trees.”
Forestry Commission England manages around 20% of England's woodland for people, wildlife and timber.