Lisa Shipman and Martin Johnson's wedding/partnership grove
5th May 2007

Lisa Shipman and Martin Johnson grove

Martin and Lisa have been a couple for over seven years and are getting married in May 2007. They are both environmental scientists and keen protectors of our natural heritage. They love the Great British countryside, demonstrated by their impending honeymoon in Ireland.
In recognition of this we have set up a Wedding Grove of trees for them to be planted in Scotland, somewhere we know that Martin in particular has great fondness for.

The first eight trees have already been planted, each additional 5 donation means another tree will be planted in honour of their wedding. They will receive a certificate to commemorate their grove and a dedication to them will be read out at the time of its planting. As many guests are flying to the wedding you could use this opportunity to buy them a tree as a way to off-set the carbon emissions of your journey to the celebration.

Congratulations Martin and Lisa we all wish you a happy life together.

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20th June 2007

Hopefully this little piece of green will be just one example of the good stuff we can do as a group of people to help our planet. Congratuations and well done for finding each other. Love steph xxx To a truly splendid couple who have a great love for each other and the environment; especially the wilder reaches of this land. I hope these little trees will grow and see a more stable world. Charlie. Congratulations to Martin and Lisa. We wish you a long and very happy life together! From Ben and Louise.

Donated by Steph, Charlie, and Ben and Louise.

Your grove of trees

The trees in this grove will be carefully planted in protected sites in the Scottish Highlands where they will create homes for wildlife and forests for the future.

Scots pine against a summer blue sky.
Twinflowers in bloom on pine woodland floor.
A Scotch argus butterfly on common ragwort.
Lisa Shipman and Martin Johnson's grove
Trees in this grove: 27

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