Blogs

A day at Loch an Eilein

img_0257 Our Founder visits Loch an Eilein, one of the more readily accessible areas of native pinewood in the Cairngorms National Park.

  • 20th Jul 2016, by Alan Watson Featherstone

Helping Nature make her own Forests

Screen Shot 2016-07-21 at 12.54.46 Matt Dalby, Trees for Life volunteer and Conservation Week Leader, on planting 5,700 in the Scottish Highlands... … read more

  • 19th Jul 2016, by Matt Dalby

A great year for rowan flowers

Screen Shot 2016-07-04 at 14.28.31 It has been a different experience to usual for me this spring, as I was away in southern South America for over 3 weeks from the middle of April onwards, where it was autumn in the forests...

  • 4th Jul 2016, by Alan Watson Featherstone

Q & A with a Conservation Week Volunteer

Me planting Ella Furness is a PhD student who recently spent a week volunteering with us. Interviewed by the Big Issue for their Getaways supplement, Ella shares what makes our Conservation Weeks so special … read more

  • 21st Jun 2016

The language of birds

tawny_owl_d.puplett_copyright You are walking through the forest, enjoying the orchestra of birdsong all around... Suddenly everything changes. Some birds have gone deadly silent, while others are making anxious, diffuse high pitched seeeee! calls. Your pulse quickens … read more

  • 11th Jun 2016, by Dan Puplett

'See you later civilisation' - A week in the Athnamulloch bothy

2016_4_16_TreesForLife_085_p Photographer Kira Zumkley leaves her frantic life in London behind to reconnect with nature and plant trees on a Conservation Week in Glen Affric. … read more

  • 26th May 2016, by Kira Zumkley Photos © Kira Zumkley

A special week at Glen Affric

TFL Glen Affric APR 2016 - 7 Danielle Styles silences the smartphone and connects with nature in Glen Affric on a Trees for Life Conservation Week  … read more

  • 9th May 2016, by Danielle Styles

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