Trees for Life

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Trees for Life is a charity aiming to rewild the Scottish Highlands by restoring the Caledonian Forest.

Trees for Life is involved in species reintroduction, assessing the health of pinewood trees in partnership with Wildlife Trust Scotland, planting trees and working with other charities to enable groups to experience the Scottish Highlands.

How You Can Help

Time: Various | Affected by Covid-19

Trees for life invite volunteers to join the team in planting trees across Scotland, hosting day or week long events for foresting.

Due to Covid-19, most of these events have been cancelled, however, you can check here for updates on when activities will restart.

You can contact Trees for Life to discuss other ways to help, such as by distributing posters or leaflets supporting their work in your local area. Visit this page for more information.

Cost: Various

Donate to Trees for Life on a one-off basis, or give each month. You can also provide the funds for Trees for Life to plant a tree or even a grove on your behalf.

Alternatively, browse the Trees for Life online shop for good such as clothing, cards and other gifts.

You can also get involved with fundraising events, or give while you shop.

Location: Scotland, United Kingdom

Find out more: https://treesforlife.org.uk/

(This information was updated 12/08/21 and will be checked regularly by the Do Something Directory team. If you notice any mistakes, please let us know.)

Published by Francesca

Author • Founder and Managing Director of the Do Something Directory • Still can't believe MCR reunited.

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