Tree-planting journey launches map exploring Scotland’s lost woods and wildlife

banner The lost woods and wildlife of the Highlands are set to be rediscovered thanks to a new Gaelic place-name map project led by Trees for Life, which aims to promote the cultural importance of Scotland’s native woodland heritage. … read more

Rewilding brings Highland schools together

16_08_26 - Rewildling Schools - header Over twenty primary and secondary teachers recently came together for a training session organised by Trees for Life at Glen Urquhart Community Campus in Drumnadrochit … read more

A Journey With Trees - a tree planting pony trek across the Highlands

A journey with trees poster2 Join us on Saturday 10th and Sunday 11th September 2016 to journey through time and discover the story of our relationship with trees … read more

2016 Trees for Life Awards. Nominations now open!

tfl-awards3 Celebrating our Volunteers and Team! We're looking for four special individuals to receive this year's Trees for Life Award ... read more

New Species Profile: Bog Myrtle

IMG_1039 Bog myrtle (Myrica gale) Very common on wet ground in the Highlands, bog myrtle has a distinctive sweet smell and supports many insects ... read more

Bioblitz offers chance to discover Glen Affric’s wonderful wildlife

IMG_4744 Volunteer looking at a lichen Trees for Life is holding a public Bioblitz day in Glen Affric on Sunday 14 August, from 10.30am – 3.30pm, for anyone who wants to discover more about wildlife in the famous glen … read more

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