A video discussing the potential reintroduction of some of the UK's missing species, such as lynx, wolves and bears.
As a result of The People's Millions grant, The Community Channel visited Dundreggan to see how volunteers are involved with our work. March 2014.
Our Executive Director, Alan Watson Featherstone, was interviewed as part of the BBC's Newsnight Scotland programme on 13th June 2013. The interview focuses on re-wilding Scotland and discusses reintroducing species such as bears, wolves and lynx.
Biodiversity surveys in 2012 at Trees for Life's Dundreggan Conservation Estate near Loch Ness revealed eight new species never recorded before in the United Kingdom, and brought the total number of species recorded on the forest restoration site to over 2,800.
Kate MacLean (Community Development Officer: Services for Older People - Inverness area) brought a group to Dundreggan and made this short film about day and long-term volunteering.
Here's Bindu Chander, one of the BBC Breathing Places campaign team, talking about her Conservation Week volunteering experience with Trees for Life.
Rewilding Scotland. This is a 20 minute documentary made by George Tomlinson, an MA student in Multimedia Broadcast Journalism at University College Falmouth, about the proposed reintroduction of missing carnivores to Scotland, and features interviews with Trees for Life Executive Director Alan Watson Featherstone.
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