A Grove of trees in the Scottish Highlands
The Photo Boards Grove
by Lyndsey James


"Our new Photo Boards photo backdrops are loved by creative business owners around the world, but the manufacturing and dispatch of plastic boards to global destinations has a negative impact on our beautiful planet. We decided to turn each sale into positive action. Thanks to the sales of Photo Boards we can plant trees that will benefit the planet and local eco-system." - Lyndsey James, Founder.

Add trees to this grove

15 Trees

We are delighted to have donated 30 trees in our first year of Photo Boards thanks to a percentage of sales going to this fantastic project.

Donated by Photo Boards

21st November 2017

5 Trees

Donated by Photo Boards®

21st April 2017

10 Trees

Our first trees thanks to Photo Boards customers!

Donated by Lyndsey James

23rd February 2017

Trees play an important part in my life and I am known to be a bit of a tree hugger. Exploring woodlands is a favourite pastime, I even married my husband among a beautiful grove of ancient trees. We recently visit Glen Affric and I declared it has to be the most magical and beautiful place on earth. The trees that we are planting today will not only play an important part in supporting the local eco-system but also offer inspiration for future artists and photographers. I am excited that through Photo Boards we are able to support the Trees for Life charity in restoring the Caledonian Forest and hope to inspire other business owners to do their little bit for the planet.

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.
by Lyndsey James grove
Trees in this grove: 30

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