A Grove of trees in the Scottish Highlands
The Friends of Nature
Celebrating World Environment Day
Sat 5th June 2010

Celebrating World Environment Day grove

World Environment Day 2010
- The International Year of Biodiversity -

The Friends of Nature uk are celebrating World Environment Day by undertaking the Cross Morecambe Bay Walk with Queen's Guide Cedric Robinson.

What better way of showing long term commitment for the planet than by planting a tree...

This is just one of many activities being undertaken by Friends of Nature groups across Europe

For details of Friends of Nature here in the UK go to: www.thefriendsofnature.org.uk

The Friends of Nature is the UK arm of International Friends of Nature (IFN), one of Europe's leading environmental organizations, established in 1895 and with some 600,000 members. Details: www.nf-int.org

We also offer over 800 eco-friendly places to stay in Europe, particularly suited to the walker, cyclist and country lover. Details: www.friendsofnaturehouses.net

Click here for printer friendly pdf fact sheet:

www.nfi.at/dmdocuments/NF_Bewegen_EN.pdf


Add trees to this grove

Prof. David Bellamy OBE planted an Oak tree earlier this year at the wonderful Earby FoN House - so here are a couple more trees for north of the border. John

Donated by John

24th June 2010

MIGHTY OAKS FROM LITTLE ACORNS GROW. FOR MY GRANDCHILDREN - HANNAH ROSE WALKER AND JAMES DAVID WALKER

Donated by Judith walker, stephen walker, wemdy flower

14th June 2010

We walked across Morecambe Bay in brilliant sunshine and planted trees to help secure the planets future

Donated by Neil McDonald

6th June 2010

Donated by Mrs H Horner

4th June 2010

I would like to think I have left something worthwhile behind. What could be better than trees! Pat Lee Secretary Northern Nature Friends

Donated by Patricia L Lee

3rd June 2010

In memory of Dennis Husband, Dad and Grandad. Miss you everyday xx

Donated by Mrs D Lowther

31st May 2010

Planting a tree is planting hope. For Lottie, Dan & Hugh.

Donated by Miss K A L White

29th May 2010

To walk the Bay we intend to do. With Friends of Nature and the Lakeland view. Lauren, Janet,David, Jim and John

Donated by John Michael Watts

25th May 2010

Good luck with the walk.

Donated by J Stoakes

25th May 2010

Happy Birthday, Janine with love from Bill and Sheila.

Donated by Mrs S M Goodman

24th May 2010

To celebrate those special times together and as a living legacy for the future. Doug and June

Donated by Doug

23rd May 2010

In memory of Laslie and Rita Abel

Donated by Robert Abel

23rd May 2010

Happy 60th Birthday Christine !! Wishing you both many more happy years ahead

Donated by Andy

21st May 2010

"Even if I knew the world was going to wrack and ruin I would still plant my apple trees." Martin Luther King. From Chris and Sue, Trefin Friends of Nature House.

Donated by Mr C Clements

12th May 2010

For all Friends of Nature... Für alle Naturfreunde... Pour tous les Amis de la Nature : "Only when the last tree has died, the last river has been poisoned and the last fish has been caught, will we realize that we cannot eat money." - Cree Proverb

Donated by FoN uk

6th May 2010

A tree each for dear friends Liz, Margaret and Nia. Good luck with the exams Nia and enjoy University in the autumn

Donated by Anne

6th May 2010

Great idea. Here are a couple of trees for the Grove. Do not get too wet walking across Morecambe Bay !! GBY

Donated by Gby

5th May 2010

"The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago. The second best time is now". Lets make this world a better place. Tim N

Donated by Tim N

4th May 2010

Hope the walk goes well. Sorry not to be with you all... but here is a tree for the Friends of Nature Grove !! Eileen

Donated by Eileen

4th May 2010

The Friends of Nature... working towards a sustainable future for environment and community since 1895

Donated by Simon Neal

3rd May 2010

Donated by S a neal

3rd May 2010

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Your grove of trees

The trees in this grove will be carefully planted in protected sites in the Scottish Highlands where they will create homes for wildlife and forests for the future.

Scots pine against a summer blue sky.
Twinflowers in bloom on pine woodland floor.
A Scotch argus butterfly on common ragwort.
Celebrating World Environment Day's grove
Trees in this grove:
63

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