A Grove of trees in the Scottish Highlands
Sunnyside School of Conservation
Sunnyside Family and Friends
November 2018 and beyond

A grove of trees in the Scottish Highlands

'We do not inherit the Earth from our ancestors; we borrow it from our children.' 
As a school of conservation we hope to instil a sense of wonder, appreciation and respect towards our natural world.  But more importantly a sense of urgency in helping to restore and re-wild our precious wild places. 
We invite our friends and families to help grow our grove and protect all our futures.  

www.naestrawataw.org


Add trees to this grove

Sunnyside Ocean Defenders donationTo help off-set all our tweeting and online campaigning.
So a tree each for
#NaeStrawAtAw
#PrettyDeadly
#SparkleDebacle
#DrainCampaign
xxxx

Donated by Sunnyside Ocean Defenders

25th May 2019

Natasha Stewart donationIn memory of my Gran Fay and Grandad Jimmy.
Love & miss you both, from Eva xxx

Donated by Natasha Stewart

25th May 2019

Julie Thom donationIn memory of my amazing Gran and Grandad 💕

Donated by Julie Thom

17th May 2019

Janie Wilson donationIn memory of my dad, a great man and a big fan of Sunnyside.

Donated by Janie Wilson

29th November 2018

Charlie Heron donationFor all of the children of Sunnyside x

Donated by Charlie Heron

29th November 2018

Casey McCarthy donationMartha we all miss you.

Donated by Casey McCarthy

29th November 2018

Theresa Marshall donationTo our new generation, Jack, Leo and Meadow x

Donated by Theresa Marshall

29th November 2018

Aaron Harrison donationI miss you Grampa, Love you always xx

Donated by Aaron Harrison

29th November 2018

Jan Allan donationLove you Granny. You are the best!
Love Karen,Tony, Maddison and Pearse xxxx

Donated by Jan Allan

27th November 2018

@BarraIsland donationThanks for all your action and campaigning
to make this world a better place for us all.

Donated by @BarraIsland

26th November 2018

13th November 2018

Add trees to this grove

 
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.
Sunnyside Family and Friends grove
Trees in this grove: 17

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