From reading about Britain’s native trees and the Caledonian Forest, I want to lend my support to the work that Trees for Life is doing in conserving and regenerating these precious natural habitats. All these woodlands, and the wild flowers and vibrant wildlife communities that flourish alongside them, are a unique legacy that we cannot afford to lose. They help to define Scotland’s landscape, and they are an important part of its natural history and folklore - so let’s help to protect them!
This grove of trees has been set up by me, Jo Woolf. I write an online magazine called The Hazel Tree, and in 2016 I produced a calendar which helped to support Trees for Life. I intend to do the same for 2017, so stay tuned for updates later in the year. However, the support is ongoing - if you enjoy reading my posts on The Hazel Tree, I hope that you will join me in planting one or more trees in my grove, so that Scotland's forest habitats can be preserved."
Visit www.the-hazel-tree.com to find out more.
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