A Grove of trees in the Scottish Highlands
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Travel Bloggers
1st Jan 2017

A grove of trees in the Scottish Highlands

A group of travel bloggers planting a few trees to offset our carbon footprint!

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Emily Luxton donationLot's of flights again this year, so a few more trees to help make up for it!

Donated by Emily Luxton

30th December 2018

Chloe Gunning - Wanderlust Chloe  donationA lot of flights this year, so time to plant some more trees in our lovely Blogger Grove!

Donated by Chloe Gunning - Wanderlust Chloe

7th December 2018

Emily Luxton donationA few more trees to make up for the 33 flights I took this year!

Donated by Emily Luxton

31st December 2017

Chloe Gunning - Wanderlust Chloe  donationSorry for all the flights I took this year... I hope this helps offset it a little!

Donated by Chloe Gunning - Wanderlust Chloe

7th December 2017

New trees to help our planet !

Donated by Sophie- Ooh My World

23rd May 2017

One small step to offsetting the many flights taken 2015/16.

Donated by The Armits | Two Scots Abroad

20th March 2017

This month I am giving 3 new trees to our grove ! The fourth one has been donated by my colleague Shona to help our little grove to become a forest !

Donated by Sophie - Ooh My World

15th March 2017

Giving back some trees to our planet to make up for my plane trips in 2016 !

Donated by Sophie - Ooh My World

30th January 2017

A couple more trees towards offsetting last year's 64 flights!

Donated by Emily Luxton

9th January 2017

Donated by Emily Luxton

1st January 2017

Us travel bloggers fly a lot. So, in order to help offset our carbon footprint, and give a little back to our home (or adopted home) country, we want to plant a few trees.

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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.
Travel Bloggers grove
Trees in this grove: 36

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