A Grove of trees in the Scottish Highlands
Graham's Pine Marten Hideaway
Graham Dixon
25th December 2017

A grove of trees in the Scottish Highlands

The grove has been planted for the man in my life who loves trees, especially ancient woodlands.
I will never forget our trip to Dalavich where we were surrounded by ancient woodland
The smile on Graham's face and the excitement he felt for this native woodland is something I will never forget, together with the sight of our very first pine marten, amazing!


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Merry Christmas Graham! This is the gift that will hopefully keep on giving and bring the magical native woodland to life for future generations. Love Julie x

Donated by Julie Armstrong

21st October 2017

Welcome to Graham's Pine Marten Hideaway! This grove has been planted for Graham in the hope that it will be added to in the years to come and in some small way help Scotland's native woodland recover from its past decline. Being in an ancient woodland, surrounded by trees that have been there for many years and have their own story to tell, is magical and the hope is that this grove will bring some special memories and magic to other people's lives in the years to come. The dream would be that Graham's Pine Marten Hideaway will attract its very own Pine Marten who will set up home within it along with the many other woodland animals that have a special place in our hearts such as squirrels, badgers, foxes and birds. Please feel free to add trees to this grove and together we will build a native forest that we can be proud of and bring joy to future generations.

 
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.
Graham Dixon's grove
Trees in this grove:
8

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