January 2009

As all of our trees are native broadleaf varieties (such as oak, ash, willow, rowan and birch), they lose their leave during the winter and then begin to flourish again in the spring. Judging by the recent weather I bet they cannot wait for Spring!

May 2008

Trees are planted!

The Big Tree Project would like to extend a big thanks to all those individuals and businesses who have supported their project.

The first batch of 4,000 trees went into the ground on 13th-14th April. In the pictures you will see the planters in action.

July 2008

While the summer of 2008 is not a good one for barbecues it is a good one for trees! In the space of a few months our trees were already demonstrating significant growth – unprecedented in some cases.

Our trip to Old Trafford

Trees4Scotland were the official offsetting partner at the recent Envirenergy event at Manchester United’s Old Trafford Stadium. The event itself was a great success with over 300 delegates in attendance.

Trees are planted!

Trees4Scotland would like to extend a big thanks to all those individuals and businesses who have supported their project.

The first batch of 4,000 trees went into the ground on 13th-14th April. In the pictures you will see the planters in action.