The programme will feature the replanting of 5,000 trees by staff and volunteers in the Old Wood to the east of Croome.
This is to replace woodland that was lost in the twentieth century because of the construction of an RAF airfield in the 1940s and the expansion of arable farming in the area. It will also improve the views from the house.
Countryfile also interviewed Property Manager Michael Smith about the restoration of the Rotunda at Croome.
This garden pavilion, designed by Capability Brown, has needed extensive work to its exterior and interior surfaces. It is hoped that the Rotunda can be opened to the public later this year.
Apart from just being good news, these projects also show how estates like Croome are an integrated whole, where nature, art and history all have to work together.