A Grove of trees in the Scottish Highlands
Fields Grove
C W Fields & Son Ltd



Sustainability is paramount within our business.
Our environmental management system, ISO 14001, enables us to monitor and improve our
environmental performance year on year. In addition, our compliance with FSC gives us confidence our
products are made from sustainable timber sourced from well managed forests.
In April 2015 we made the decision to purchase solely FSC material wherever available and
regardless of whether specified by our customers. We believe those of us who work within the timber
industry are directly responsible for the materials consumed in our supply chains.
Supporting a native reforestation initiative like Trees for Life is our way of giving back and sharing in the
collective responsibility to protect and restore our natural environment.
Trees for Life’s Action Plan is something we’re immensely proud to be associated with
and we look forward to watching our grove grow in the coming years.

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5 Trees

Donated by John

5th June 2019

5 Trees

Merry Christmas Red Squirrels

Donated by Francesca Cowx

18th December 2018

125 Trees

Donated by C W Fields & Son Ltd

18th December 2018

150 Trees

Donated by CW Fields & Son Ltd

14th December 2017

90 Trees

Instead of sending Christmas cards to our customers we donate to charity, this year we decided to use the money to start our corporate grove with Trees for Life.

Donated by C W Fields & Son Ltd

21st December 2016

C W Fields & Son is an industry leading manufacturer of high performance doors and doorsets, wall paneling and bespoke joinery.

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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.
C W Fields & Son Ltd's grove
Trees in this grove: 375

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