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Aphids (Cinara smolandiae) feeding on a juniper bush on Dundreggan - the first record for this species in the UK.


Ripening seed capsule of a foxglove (Digitalis purpurea) at Dundreggan.

Mac's Eco Taxi

Representatives from Diageo’s Speyside East distilleries, including Matthew Desmond (right) receiving life membership certificates from Alan Watson Featherstone at Drummuir Castle. Photo by Becky Priestley.

Gordon Buchanan

Acclaimed wildlife cameraman and filmmaker Gordon Buchanan became a patron of Trees for Life at the beginning of 2013.

Trees for Life in the Media


The links below lead to articles and broadcasts about Trees for Life on external websites.


2014


March 2014

One million trees and counting: celebrating 25 years of eco-restoration Article on the Resurgence and the Ecologist website by Penny Bunting about the 25th anniversary of our practical work to help restore the Caledonian Forest.

Trees for Life Update Article by our staff members Mick Drury and Jill Hodge in issue 10 (on pages 23-24) of the Scrubbers Bulletin, the publication of the Montane Scrub Action Group, about our work with dwarf birch and montane willows.

A million trees, ten thousand acres of new Caledonian Forest Article on the Highland Biodiversity website about our 25th anniversary and the expansion of our work that we're planning.

New action for threatened Highland woodlands and species Article on the Aberdeen Voice website about our 25th anniversary and the expansion of our work that we're planning.

New action for threatened Highland woodlands and species Article on the Pressbox website about our 25th anniversary and the expansion of our work that we're planning.

Charity set to expand scale of Caledonian pinewood restoration work Article in The Herald about our 25th anniversary and the expansion of our work that we're planning.

Forest project looks to protect 'wee tree' habitat Article in The Scotsman about our 25th anniversary and the expansion of our work that we're planning.

Volunteers at Dundreggan Film clip produced by the Community Channel about our work with volunteers at Dundreggan as a result of us winning the People's Millions last year.


February 2014

Trees for Life Update Article in Issue 10 of the Scrubbers Bulletin, the publication of the Montane Scrub Action Group, by our staff members Mick Drury and Jill Hodge about our work with dwarf birch and montane willows (on pages 23-24).

Rewilding Scotland Article by Penny Bunting about our work in the March 2014 edition of Resurgence & The Ecologist.

Giant old Scots pine felled in Highland storm Article on the BBC website about Scots pines blown down at Dundreggan by the storm of 5th December 2013.

Action needed to ensure Scotland's national tree's future Article on the Aberdeen Voice website about our concern for the future of Scots pine, following recent storms and the threats of disease.

Action needed to safeguard the iconic Scots pine Article on the Milngavie & Bearsden Herald website about our concern for the future of Scots pine, following recent storms and the threats of disease.

Action needed to ensure future of Scots pine Article on the Walk Highlands website about our concern for the future of Scots pine, following recent storms and the threats of disease.

Concerted action needed to ensure future of Scotland's national tree Article on the Pressbox website about our concern for the future of Scots pine, following recent storms and the threats of disease.

Sheep, storms and disease threaten Scots pine Article on the Scotsman website, quoting Trees for Life in response to the Scots pine being declared the National Tree of Scotland.

Conservationists warn Scots pine is at risk Article on the Herald website, quoting Trees for Life in response to the Scots pine being declared the National Tree of Scotland.


January 2014

One tree at a time: restoring the forest of Caledon Article on The Ecologist website by Philip Mason, who was a long term volunteer at Dundreggan in 2013.

 
 


Last updated: 02 April 2014

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