Bags of Ethics and The Royal Forestry Society have launched The Green Tree Badge

Discover The Green Tree Badge, a landmark initiative by the Royal Forestry Society and Bags of Ethics
Oct 18, 2023

Best Family Days Out for October Half Term 2023

The Telegraph have picked up Green Tree Badge to be a recommended Half Term Outdoor Activity…read more HERE

Sep 19, 2023

Green Tree Badge initiative launched to inspire millions of children

Together The Royal Forestry Society and Bags of Ethics has launched a new Green Tree Badge initiative, to support millions of children nationwide get involved with the world of trees. The national initiative aims to support millions of children’s engagement with trees and strengthen their understanding of the important role trees have in the earth’s ecosystem and the battle against climate change….read more HERE

Sep 06, 2023

Initiative to engage more children with trees launches at Kew Gardens

The Royal Forestry Society, and Bags of Ethics have launched a nationwide initiative, the Green Tree Badge, to get children more engaged with trees…read more HERE

Sep 06, 2023

Bags of Ethics and the Royal Forestry Society are joining forces to make positive change

This month marks the start of a landmark, nationwide initiative, The Green Tree Badge The pioneering campaign aims to put trees and nature centre stage for children and their communities this year… read more HERE

Sep 05, 2023

Millie Mackintosh made the most of the surprise sun by taking her two daughters to Kew Gardens

Ex-Made in Chelsea star Millie Mackintosh made the most of the surprise sun by taking her two daughters to Kew Gardens yesterday for a green initiative by Bags of Ethics and the Royal Forestry Society that aims to teach kids about the wild. Mackintosh, who was part of the MIC party set, recently marked a year of being sober….read more HERE

Sep 05, 2023

Ellie Goulding and David Jason back new Royal Forestry Society scheme

SIR David Jason and singer Ellie Goulding are among the leading names to lend their support to a new Royal Forestry Society (RFS) initiative that aims to reach one million children across the country….read more HERE

Sep 05, 2023

Millie Mackintosh attends Royal Forestry Society event with her daughters Sienna, three, and Aurelia, 21 months

Millie Mackintosh cut a summery figure as she attended an event hosted by Green Tree Badge by Bags of Ethics and Royal Forestry Society at Kew Gardens on Monday.… read more HERE

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