Reimagining The Levels

“Somerset people taking practical action to shape landscapes and communities which are healthy, productive and resilient.”

Think global. Act local.

Cartoon image of parent and child planting a tree

The 2023/24 tree planting season is here!

We will be planting from Dec 2023 to March 2024

  • If you have land and you want to plant woodland or hedgerows…
  • If you’re a community group and you want to plant…
  • If you’re interested in volunteering…
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  • Any questions?

Contact Kate by email at  or telephone on 07872-664543


Climate Change

The large-scale, long-term shift in the planet’s weather patterns, or average temperatures that the world’s scientists …


Severe 1-in-100 years events are likely to become twice as frequent by the 2050s. Sights like this will be commonplace …


The Production, Supply and Consumption of our Food needs RADICAL CHANGE


Soil and farming

Significant areas of peat soils act as a store of organic carbon while farmland soils absorb rainfall and reduce the risk of flooding …

Nature and Wildlife

The Somerset Levels and Catchment as a whole boasts one of the largest and biologically richest areas found anywhere in the UK.

Trees & Woodland

Woodland cover over the Somerset Levels and Catchment is low – at 6% compared to 10% for England and many of the smaller woodlands …

Take action!

Action: What we are doing

Tree planting, looking at phosphates, contributing to the Somerset Tree Strategy…

Action: What you can do

We can all do something to help…. here are some ideas for small changes which will help. If everyone did a little, it would add up to a lot!

Action: What others are doing

Links to other organisations working to bring change to our lives on the Levels…

Images of volunteers planting trees around Somerset.

The Levels & Moors Catchment Area