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THE MEANING OF TREES

WORLD TREE NEWS

Yew (Taxus baccata)

ancient yew tree in the Yenice reserve, northern Turkey. © Fred Hageneder
A major study of the genetic evolution of European yew reveals the origins and migration pattern of this unique tree, and its response to regional climate.
logos of the Church in Wales and the AYG in front of the ancient yew tree at Llansoy. Photo © Peter Norton
There is no legal protection for the ancient yew trees of Britain. With the help of the AYG, the Church in Wales is pioneering a change for the better.
light and shade projections on an old yew tree, Newlands Corner, Surrey, England. © Fred Hageneder
When a massive paedophile ring was uncovered in British media business, the police (MET) did not find a more inappropriate name than 'Operation Yewtree’.
Bishop of London planting a yew tree. © Bankside Press
The Bishop of London planted a yew tree to emphasize ‘the Church's long heritage of caring for God's creation’ and its Shrinking the Footprint campaign.
the yew tree that stood in the garden of the Richard Jefferies Museum. © Tom Saunders
An old yew tree of major literary and spiritual importance was axed by Swindon Borough Council when no-one was around to stop the destruction.
ice on Greenland (2009). © Halorache/Creative Commons
The oldest authenticated DNA was recovered from ancient biological material, helping to reconstruct past habitats eliminated by natural climate change.