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.
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.
Plans to protect and restore one of Scotland’s most iconic and beautiful glens – alongside wildlife such as golden eagles, Scottish wildcats and red squirrels – received a double boost last week when charity Trees for Life won funding of almost £80,000 for new forest conservation projects in Glen Affric near Loch Ness. … read more
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
London cyclist Timothy Judge has set himself the arduous challenge of cycling 5,000 miles in 2014 to raise funds for conservation charity Trees for Life and its restoration of the ancient Caledonian Forest in the Scottish Highlands. … read more
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