Links to other sites containing information about the Caledonian Forest
This site contains details of forest restoration work in the Glen Affric Caledonian Forest Reserve undertaken by the Caledonian Partnership, with funding from the European Community.
This is the site for Reforesting Scotland, a conservation charity which promotes the restoration and regeneration of Scotland's native forests.
The Carrifran Wildwood Project, located in the Southern Uplands, near the English border, is restoring wild native forest to a 600 hectare (1,500 acre) valley in one of the most deforested parts of Scotland.
Action for Scotland's Biodiversity - Forests and Woodlands
This page from the Scottish Executive's web site features details of all the forest habitats and species which are covered by the government's Biodiversity Action Plans, including the Caledonian Forest and some of its key component species.
The Sunart Oakwoods Initiative
This site features information about a major project to restore the Atlantic oakwoods around Loch Sunart, on the west coast of Scotland.
- The Century of Restoring the Earth
- Principles of Ecological Restoration
- Ecological Restoration Quotations
- Ecological Restoration and Forest Information on the World Wide Web
Links to other sites containing information about volunteering and greener living
Conservation Holidays are featured in the Green Volunteers Guide - the world's number one source of conservation volunteering opportunities.
The Green Providers Directory
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If you have found the information on this page and/or website useful please consider making a donation, for example to our current appeal and/or becoming a member of Trees for Life, to help us further our work of restoring the Caledonian Forest. You can join or make a donation on-line via our secure server if you like, or contact Trees for Life by post, phone or email at the address below.
Last updated: 05 July 2012