Dundreggan

Colin Duncan Caledonian Forest art exhibition: 29th November, Edinburgh

Screen Shot 2014-11-04 at 10.01.48 ​Colin Duncan is a painter who lives and works in Edinburgh. Much of his art is driven by his passion for nature conservation, in particular his desire to protect native woodlands. He is currently creating a series of paintings inspired by visits to our Dundreggan Conservation Estate, from which he is kindly donating a percentage of the proceeds to Trees for Life. 

View Colin's blog and some of his paintings. 

He is holding an exhibition of his paintings in his studio at 21 Coltbridge Avenue, Edinburgh, EH12 6AF on Saturday 29th November from 2 pm - 6 pm. 

 

Thanks to Jackson's Art Supplies who are supporting Colin and also planting a tree in their Corporate Grove for every set of Jackson's Watercolours sold. … read more

New forest launched as green legacy to Commonwealth Games

Alan_&_Richard_Lochhead_with_planted_Scots_pine A new Commonwealth Forest near Loch Ness has been established as a lasting and green legacy to this summer’s Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, in an initiative being launched by conservation charity Trees for Life during Legacy Week (9-13 June). … read more

25 years of conservation action celebrated at ‘lost world’ estate near Loch Ness

TFL_special_guests_(small) A quarter century of pioneering conservation action was marked by Trees for Life on Sunday 25 May 2014, with a celebration open day held at the award-winning charity’s Dundreggan Conservation Estate in Glenmoriston, Inverness-shire. … read more

‘Lost world’ open day near Loch Ness to celebrate 25 years of conservation action

20140512_small_TFL_wild_boar_at_Dundreggan Moray-based conservation charity Trees for Life is celebrating its 25th anniversary with a special celebration open day at its acclaimed Dundreggan Conservation Estate in Glenmoriston to the west of Loch Ness, Inverness-shire on Sunday 25 May 2014, from 10.30 am – 5.00 pm. … read more

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