The Wildlife Trust for Birmingham holds the archive of fact sheets produced by the National Urban Forestry Unit (NUFU).
The National Urban Forestry Unit was based in Wolverhampton and was the lead organisation in the delivery of the Black Country Urban Forest. Other partners were the four local authorities of Wolverhampton, Walsall, Sandwell and Dudley and from the third sector the Wildlife Trust for Birmingham and the Black Country, Groundwork Black Country and the BTCV.
NUFU closed its doors in 2005 after ten years of championing urban forestry. During that period NUFU and its partners developed considerable expertise and many case studies were produced so that the lessons learned could be widely shared.
The Wildlife Trust has an archive with copies of most of these case studies, which you are welcome to download and use as was originally intended.
Most of the files are complete, but unfortunately a few of the files we hold are corrupt. Those that are badly damaged are marked as such below. A few files have less critical damage (e.g. a missing picture or title) and are still fully usable, so these are not marked as corrupt. If you have an undamaged version of any of the corrupted files, please could you let us have a copy so we can achieve our ambition of a 100% archive of these important documents.