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Aspen parent tree and suckers

Aspen suckers; the aspen's main method of dispersal in the Highlands.

A group of volunteers planting

Appeal: we've pledged to plant a hundred thousand trees in 2007.

 

Glittering wood-moss frond

Glittering wood-moss


What's new?

2006

 

326 Miles in the Slow Lane added to Press Releases (29 December)

New section added for Biological Diversity on Dundreggan with pages for Bryophytes, Lichens, Fungi, Beetles, Butterflies, Dragonflies, Moths, and David Barbour's Moth Survey 2006 (28 December).

Dundreggan News November 2006 added to Dundreggan pages (23 December)

Bryophyte Survey in Glen Affric 2006 added to Biodiversity in Glen Affric (20 December)

Our Winter 2006 Wishlist added to Newsletters (18 December)

Pupils at Carleton House Eco School sponsor an acre of Dundreggan added to Press Releases (4 December)

Seed dispersal added to Ecological Features of the Caledonian Forest (3 December)

A Liking for Lichens added to Caledonian Forest Photo Gallery (30 November)

Rooting for regeneration - Update on the Guisachan Wild Boar Project added to Wild boar - Missing Species of the Caledonian Forest (28 November)

Trees for Life joins UN effort to plant 1 billion trees in 2007 added to Press Releases (26 November)

Mythology and folklore of the Wild boar added to Mythology and Folklore of the Caledonian Forest (24 November)

Conservation Holiday dates for 2007 added to our Conservation Holidays section - sign up to help us plant 100,000 trees in 2007! (23 November)

Plant for the planet

100,000 Trees Appeal - Please help Trees for Life plant 100,000 trees in 2007, to significantly advance our work of restoring the Caledonian Forest, and as part of UNEP's Billion Tree Campaign (20 November).

Eared willow added to Caledonian Forest Species Profiles (17 November).

Excerpts from the Summer 2006 edition of our Newsletter, Caledonia Wild! (10 November)

Excerpts from the Spring 2006 edition of our Newsletter, Caledonia Wild! (8 November)

Location of planted groves added to Groves. Trees were planted this autumn at Corrimony (1 November)

Trees for Life Calendar and Engagement Diary for 2007 now available. (23 October)

Walkers from the Caledonian Challenge added to Press Releases. (17 October)

Buy a painting, plant a tree added to Press Releases. (22 September)

New section, Missing Species of the Caledonian Forest, added to Caledonian Forest Information Centre with pages for European beaver, Wild boar and Eurasian lynx. (19 September)

New section added for Dundreggan, including pages on Biodiversity on Dundreggan and The History of Dundreggan (16 September)

Additional Conservation Holidays announced; 28 October and 4 November, come and plant trees in Glen Affric. See Volunteer Work Weeks (9 September)

Bryophytes occurring in Glen Affric substantially expanded in the section Biodiversity in Glen Affric (6 September)

Sale of Pájaro jackets benefits Trees for Life added to Press Releases (4 September)

Predation added to Ecological Features of the Caledonian Forest (4 September)

We are delighted to announce that Trees for Life is listed on everyclick.com. everyclick.com is a search engine that gives 50% of its revenue to charity.
Please help raise money for us whenever you search the web. Just go to http://www.everyclick.com/uk/treesforlife and make it your home page by clicking on the link in the top right hand corner of the site. Free to you and to TFL! (25 August)

Red September added to Caledonian Forest Photo Gallery (23 August)

Mythology and folklore of the Otter added to Mythology and Folklore of the Caledonian Forest (23 August)

Sponsored Walk form now available for our Walks in Glen Affric, Edinburgh and Wyre Forest on 1st October (21 August)

Black slug added to Caledonian Forest Species Profiles (18 August)

Parasitism added to Ecological Features of the Caledonian Forest (12 June)

Rainbows in the Forest added to Caledonian Forest Photo Gallery (9 June)

The Mythology and Folklore of the Bear (9 June)

Minibus Appeal (30 May)

The Caledonian Challenge working with Trees for Life! (30 May)

Species Profile: Glittering Wood-moss (16 May)

Glen Moriston Conservation Holidays (15 April)

Baby/Christening Groves (11 April)

Who's who of companies supporting us (9 February)

How to leave a Legacy to Trees for Life (9 February)

Memorial Groves - a living legacy (9 February)

Excerpts from the Winter 2005 edition of our Newsletter, Caledonia Wild!. (30 January)

Treemail scheme brings new life to the Caledonian Forest - Press Release. (13 January)

Dundreggan - an ideal site for forest restoration added to About Trees for Life. (10 January)

 
 

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