Our projects to preserve and protect Epping Forest and its irreplaceable biodiversity, culture, and heritage now and for generations to come. 

Our strategic objectives:

  1. We will educate and inspire people about Epping Forest
  2. We will do hands-on work to conserve and grow the Forest
  3. We will protect the Forest through research and advocacy
Epping Forest Talks: Does Epping Forest need saving again

Epping Forest Big Walk

Sunday 25th September 2022. Previously known as ‘The Centenary Walk’, this is our annual event to walk the entire length of Epping Forest from Manor Park to Epping in one day.

Awareness campaign may 2022 local elections

#LoveEppingForest Election Campaign

A campaign to raise the profile of Epping Forest by asking local candidates and councillors to pledge their love for the Forest in their decision making leading towards May 2022 local elections.

Epping Forest Talks: Does Epping Forest need saving again

Epping Forest Talks

A talk series that we host to celebrate the Forest’s heritage, culture, and environmental importance. The next talk will be held on Sat 8th October with Tony Juniper.

A More naturual capital

A more natural capital

‘A More NaturalCapital’ coalition of environmental groups to call on voters to press all candidates to commit, if elected, to taking action to improve and protect London’s natural environment for people and wildlife.

Green Team conservation volunteers

Green Team: Forest conservation

Join one of our longest-running conservation projects and become a Green Team volunteer to help improve the biodiversity of this wonderful ancient Forest.

next proposed distribution centre north Epping Forest

Next Distribution Centre - Land North of Dowding Way

We have expressed serious concerns about the impact this development could have on the Forest as a Special Area of Conservation.