Conservation breakthrough for Scotland’s rare aspen tree

IMG_9082 Emma Beckinsale pollinating female catkins of aspen in polytunnel Conservation breakthrough for Scotland’s rare aspen tree … read more

Native woodlands and rewilding brought to life for Highland schools

Claire Hewitt with pupils Schools in the Highlands are working with conservation charity Trees for Life to learn firsthand about native woodlands and rewilding through a new project that combines tree planting with storytelling, folklore, history, geography, poetry and song … read more

Rewilding the Highlands: Discovering our Woodland Heritage

Ariel Killick with pupils Over the past two months the children at five local primary schools have been very busy learning about the Caledonian Forest as part of Trees for Life’s Rewilding the Highlands Project … read more

Rewilding: public discussions with George Monbiot and Alan Watson Featherstone

rewilding Everyone is invited to this open and free event hosted by the Network of Wellbeing, the University of Exeter, and Exeter Community Initiatives. … read more

Trees for Life project creates conservation opportunities for young people

Scottish Power TfL (medium) Trees for Life is running a new project to develop high-quality conservation volunteering opportunities for young people, thanks to a grant of £20,000 from the ScottishPower Foundation.  … read more

Trees for Life at the SER World Conference

ser2015 Our Founder, Alan Watson Featherstone, will be speaking at the 6th Society for Ecological Restoration World Conference in Manchester. Between the 23rd and 27th August, the conference will bring together more than 1,000 delegates from around the world to explore the role of ecological restoration as a means of responding to current and future causes of environmental degradation. … read more

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