The first group of volunteers protecting saplings in Glen Cannich, June 1989
To commemorate 20 years of hard work restoring the Caledonian Forest, Trees for Life is inviting you to add a tree to our 20th Anniversary Grove.
In June 1989 the first practical work on our project was carried out by volunteers who protected Scots pine seedlings in Glen Cannich with tree tubes. 20 years and 800,000 trees later, the Trees for Life team has grown to 16 employees. Thousands of volunteers have participated in our Conservation Work Weeks, helping to restore over 1,125 acres of degraded land to native forest, and thousands of individuals, Trusts and Companies support us the world over.
In 2008 we purchased the 10,000 acre Dundreggan Estate, which provides an opportunity to significantly expand our forest restoration work, and the 20th Anniversary Grove of trees will be planted there.
The vision for our work extends for at least another 230 years, to ensure the continuation and viability of the Caledonian Forest for generations to come.
So please add your commitment to ours and sponsor a tree in our 20th Anniversary Grove today!
1st January 2009
for my grandchildren Cory and Peri
Donated by Fay Blackburn
for Taran Jackson Talbott. May these trees grow tall and strong along with our son. John Talbott and Samantha Graham
Donated by John Talbott and Samantha Graham
Sending lots of love to my wonderful Gran xxxx
Donated by Ian Rippon and Carin Bolles, Alison Beddoe, E. Blackburn, Judith Bone
for Tiger Matchett, Flourish and reach for the stars. All love, always Lisa and Kim
Donated by Lisa and Kim
Ray Maleike, Happy Father's Day Love, Corinna, Darryl, Cort, Megan, Andi and Frost
Donated by Corinna, Darryl, Cort, Megan, Andi and Frost
in memory of Fiona Mary Allan Kerr
Donated by Finlay Kerr
CaoimhÌn Mac Dhuarc·in
Donated by Kevin Durkin
To celebrate Nigel Hockin's up and coming 25 Anniversary at GBS, making great windows and offering equally great service. Thanks Nigel, David and Andy
Donated by Nigel, David and Andy.
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