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Superdry donates £12,500 to save Scotland’s Caledonian Forest

Steve and Paul with saplings (medium) Thanks to a £12,500 donation from fashion brand and retailer Superdry, our work to restore the Caledonian Forest has been given a welcome boost … read more

BioBlitz in the Highlands!

bioblitz poster2 Come and join us for a jam packed family fun day in the beautiful Glen Affric! Completely free to attend, come and enjoy natures delights  … read more

Seeds for the Future Appeal

seeds-appeal Find out more about our latest appeal. We're looking to give our seedlings the best possible start, and need the help of our supporters to get some exciting new developments off the ground at our Dundreggan Tree Nursery  … read more

New Species Profile: European badger

badger 66 L.Campbell With its distinctive striped face, the badger is an unmistakable mammal in the forest, but as a nocturnal species, is rarely seen ... read more

Iconic Highlands bothy reborn as eco-friendly rewilding base

TFL bothy event press release (medium) The iconic Athnamulloch bothy in Glen Affric has been transformed into an eco-friendly rewilding base by Trees for Life – creating the springboard for an ambitious 25-year programme of forest restoration which will extend Scotland’s Caledonian Forest towards the country’s west coast. … read more

‘Project Wolf’ helps restore Highland woodland

project-wolf Project Wolf – a unique new conservation programme in which volunteers replicate the natural disturbance effects of Scotland’s extinct predators – has been launched on our Conservation Estate at Dundreggan... … read more

25th anniversary bid to extend Glen Affric woodlands towards Scotland’s west coast

IMG_3837 Planted Scots pines at Athnamulloch 1 A quarter century of volunteering conservation action in the Highlands is being marked by Trees for Life this month, with a new initiative aiming to expand Scotland’s Caledonian Forest from Glen Affric towards the west coast. … read more

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