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Into the canopy in search of seeds

P2140013 Our contribution to The Millennium Seed Bank is growing, as we took to the canopy in search of some hard-to-reach Scots pine cones … read more

Crossbill identification at Dundreggan Conservation Estate

scottish crossbill 2  L.Campbell 848px Dr Ron Summers, Principal Conservation Scientist with the RSPB, visited Dundreggan this week to check the identity of our resident crossbills. … read more

2016 Photography Competition Winners Announced!

2016 Photography Competition Winners Banner The winners of the 2016 photography contest have been selected. We present our three winning images!  … read more

Funding reached for project that will bring life back to the River Affric

IMG_3222 Dead alder beside the Affric River, looking across to North Affric Thanks to our generous supporters, we have reached the £15,000 funding target for a project that will restore the forest to the upper reaches of the River Affric … read more

Native woodlands and rewilding brought to life for Highland schools

Claire Hewitt with pupils Schools in the Highlands are working with conservation charity Trees for Life to learn firsthand about native woodlands and rewilding through a new project that combines tree planting with storytelling, folklore, history, geography, poetry and song … read more

Rewilding the Highlands: Discovering our Woodland Heritage

Ariel Killick with pupils Over the past two months the children at five local primary schools have been very busy learning about the Caledonian Forest as part of Trees for Life’s Rewilding the Highlands Project … read more

Beavers – unique opportunity for the Scottish Highlands

european beaver 0540 L.Campbell Welcoming the Scottish government’s decision to allow reintroduced beavers to remain in the country announced today, Trees for Life said that it plans to move ahead with investigating the possibilities for bringing beavers to areas north of the Great Glen, working with local communities to identify where they might live without perceived adverse impacts … read more

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