Award-winning conservation charity Trees for Life is encouraging people to celebrate the 250th anniversary of the birth of Robert Burns on 25 January by supporting the creation of a Burns Grove of native trees in Scotland’s Caledonian Forest.
“This is a fantastic way to honour Robert Burns... - January 23, 2009
This Christmas, people can support the forest restoration work of award-winning conservation charity Trees for Life and help tackle climate change by having a specially-dedicated tree or Christmas Grove planted for family and friends in Scotland’s beautiful Caledonian Forest.
The Caledonian Forest... - December 03, 2008
Award-winning conservation charity Trees for Life today has announced its successful purchase of the 10,000 acre Dundreggan Estate in Glen Moriston in the Scottish Highlands – one of the largest areas of land in the UK bought for forest restoration. - August 27, 2008
Trees for Life, the award-winning conservation charity working to restore the Caledonian Forest in the Scottish Highlands, today received a £10,000 boost from Edinburgh-based global asset managing business Standard Life. The donation is a big step forward in the charity's commitment to plant a quarter of a million trees in 2008 and 2009, as part of the United Nations' Billion Trees Campaign. - June 21, 2008
Trees for Life, the award-winning conservation charity working to restore the Caledonian Forest in the Scottish Highlands, is marking World Environment Day by announcing that it aims to plant a quarter of a million trees during 2008 and 2009. - June 06, 2008
Trees for Life, the award-winning charity working to restore the Caledonian Forest in the Scottish Highlands, today welcomed the Scottish Government’s decision to allow a trial reintroduction of European beavers to Mid-Argyll.
“To see beavers living wild in Scotland after an absence of over... - May 28, 2008
Scottish parliamentarian Richard Lochhead today gave his backing to Trees for Life's 2007 Christmas Appeal when he visited the award-winning charity's offices in Findhorn Bay. - December 12, 2007
This Christmas, award-winning conservation charity Trees for Life is launching an appeal encouraging people to buy their friends and loved ones a specially-dedicated tree or a grove of trees in Scotland’s beautiful Caledonian Forest. - November 22, 2007
The award-winning conservation charity Trees for Life got its bid to plant 100,000 trees this year under way today, with the first 1,000 saplings going into the soil in the Highlands. The ambitious pledge is part of the United Nations Environment Programme’s (UNEP) ‘Plant for the Planet -... - March 10, 2007
A special Valentine’s campaign has put ambitious plans by award-winning conservation charity Trees for Life to plant 100,000 trees during 2007 firmly on track.
The charity’s ‘I Love Pine’ Valentine’s campaign, which received the backing of many well-known Scots, gave... - March 02, 2007