Angus Crabbie attended the Prince’s May Day summit at Our Dynamic Earth in Edinburgh recently. The May Day Network is a group of companies committed to taking action on climate change. It provides a hub for businesses to share their experience in tackling the issue and to engage suppliers, customers and sector peers to do the same. The May Day Network is growing – with over 1300 members UK-wide, and 154 in Scotland.
What’s the difference between Miss Scotland and Miss Earth Scotland? Well while they are both very beautiful the current Miss Earth Scotland, Courtney St John, proved last week that she is willing to get down and dirty!! Continue reading →
We were delighted to welcome Tammie and Kim from Festival Inns to our Perthshire tree planting project this week. They both got stuck in and planted a few trees within one of our regeneration areas – and the rare piece of glamour caused a bit of a stir round the district!
2009 is set to be a big year for us with plans to begin planting an additional 35 hectares in the Spring. You can see the fabulous location in the attached pictures. As you can see the bracken has been dealt with so it will not grow in the Spring time and allow the trees, when planted, to flourish. It is this meticulous ground preparation that contributes to the fabulous 99% survival rate of our trees.
Plant trees with Trees4Scotland “The best time to plant a tree is 20 years ago. The second best time is now” (African proverb) Join Trees4Scotland by planting a tree with us today! Scotland has one of the lowest tree densities Continue Reading »
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Plant trees with Trees4Scotland “The best time to plant a tree is 20 years ago. The second best time is now” (African proverb) Join Trees4scotland by planting trees today! Your trees will be native varieties such as oak, ash, birch, Continue Reading »
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