Trees for Life is dedicated to rewilding the Scottish Highlands. Its volunteers have established nearly two million native trees at dozens of sites, encouraging wildlife to flourish and helping communities to thrive.
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Dozens of volunteers help to propagate and grow over 60,000 trees a year at the nursery, from seed collected across the estate. These trees are then planted out at Dundreggan and other Highland sites to restore Scotland’s ancient Caledonian Forest and its unique wildlife.
The groundbreaking centre will be at Dundreggan, the charity’s 10,000-acre estate in Glenmoriston.
There is a natural push and pull that exists within a healthy environment, a dynamic equilibrium that maintains stable numbers of each species within an ecosystem, writes Kirsteen Bell.
Trees for Life is seeking funding for more reintroductions at six woodlands on the Morvern peninsula.
There are a few days left to get your applications in for the award-winning Skills for Rewilding programme.
10,000 rare mountain trees supporting wildlife, including golden eagles and mountain hares, are to be planted.
A new effort has been launched to save ancient Scots Pines across the Highlands from becoming the last generation in a lineage of trees dating back to the last ice age.