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Common blue damselfly, Glen Affric.

Hazel in Glen Affric, with birch, rowan and Scots pine behind. Photo by Mick Drury.


Seanachaidh’s Grove

Scottish Romance Readers, Authors and Publishers

Seamachaidh was the clan tradition bearer, genealogist, historian
and most importantly the storyteller;
a most fitting name
for a grove dedicated by the readers, authors and publishers
of Scottish Romances and Mysteries.
As trees have played an important role
in the stories we have read, written and published,
here is our chance to give back to the Scotland we all love.
Donating a tree, about the cost of one paperback, will help restore
the natural environment and beauty of Scotland.

Our grove

The donations total of £250 will plant a grove of 48 trees!.

Please click here to make a donation and write a dedication for this grove via our secure server:

We can also take your donation by phone: tel. 0845 458 3505. Thank you.

A big thank you to . . .

Jody Allen , Scottie Allen, Kirstin Hofhine, Joanna m Goldman, Melinda J Porter, Theresa Brisbin, Jody Allen, Tracy L Roper, Anita Clenney, L V Verrill-Rhys, Donna Goode


For Scottie Allen in payment for her challenging me in the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. You go girl ,better you than me.

May Jamie and Claire Fraser live long in the hearts of OUTLANDER readers everywhere.

In memory of my great grandfather, Murdoch MacKenzie Allan.

Dedicated to my wonderful uncle Johnny Elder who called Scotland his home...

In loving memory of Richard Sager and James Buchinger

From a Scotland enthusiast

Isabella Mctaggart and William Clarke
A son and daughter of Galloway

Dedicated to my parents, Arthur Laird and Leona Brogan

Trees stand in silence witnessing the history of humans around them. It's up to us humans to ensure that they remain.

Er cof am Godiddin.

To my daughter, Gretchen, the light of my life and a wonderful writer.
~From her mother

Rain on Scots pine needles.

Scots pines and birches in fog in autumn.

Trees for Life is an award winning conservation charity working to restore the Caledonian Forest
and all its species to a large contiguous area in the Highlands of Scotland.

Trees for Life is a registered charity Scottish charity No. SC021303, and a company limited by guarantee No. 143304 with its registered offices at Forres, Scotland.
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