The Tree Amigos are Go!

Trees4Scotland launched the second year of the now expanded Tree Amigos environment project at Edinburgh Airport last week. This year will see primary schools in Glasgow joining those in Edinburgh to work on the project which culminates in a visit to Teaghlach Wood.

Airport in global warming project

Our Tree Amigos schools project has been featured on the BBC News website: “Edinburgh Airport has donated £10,000 to a project which will see school pupils plant 500 trees and learn about offsetting their carbon footprints.” Read more

Supporting WWF Earth Hour

27 March, 2010, 8:30pm: 1 Hour Across the globe, lights will go off for one hour in homes, businesses, public buildings and landmarks in a graphic demonstration of support for determined international action on climate change and carbon reduction. Trees4Scotland is committed to Earth Hour and will switch off all the lights in our offices

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Where Are We?

Where Are We? The Whispering Wood is part of a wider initiative called Trees4Scotland and can be found near Comrie, in Highland Perthshire, Scotland. It is in a stunning location as you can see from the photographs below – with the Munros (Mountains over 3000ft), Ben Chonzie and BenVorlich to the north and south respectively.

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About The Woodland

About the Woodland Each tree that is planted in The Whispering Wood is marked by a plinth with your own special message engraved on it. They include a memorial tree planted in honour of the late Stephen Gately of Boyzone (see right). All of the trees planted are traditional woodland varieties such as oak, birch,

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Plant A Tree in The Whispering Wood

Plant A Tree The Whispering Wood plays host to trees that have been planted for a variety of reasons and all are welcome: Memorial Trees Birthday Trees Friendship Trees Wedding Presents Anniversaries Births Planting a tree is a great way to mark an occasion or to remember a loved one. The trees we plant are

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Trees4Scotland on the BBC

We were featured recently on the BBC2 programme Politics Scotland who were looking into the public’s attitude to climate change – especially following the controversial Daily Mail article that questions the science of climate change.