Go Green “Go Greener”

Carbon auditing company Go Green are on the board at Teaghlach Wood. They are committed to helping businesses calculate their carbon footprints and to reduce them by implementing green technologies. They also aim to have their very own part of Teaghlach Wood by planting trees as part of a customer payback scheme.

Pickled Green Opening

Eco restaurant Pickled Green opened on 5th December! Located on Rose Street Pickled Green is set to become the leading light in ethical restaurants – plus the food is spectacular!

She’s Electric!

Angus got in for a spin when Electric Car company, Allied Electric’s CEO, Paul Nelson came to visit his trees in Teaghlach Wood. Paul is pictured here with his Oak Status plaque that is now up on the honours board.

Old Waverley reaches 100 trees

Congratulations to the guests of the Old Waverley Hotel whose voluntary contributions to Teaghlach Wood have resulted in 102 trees being planted so far this year (and we have not got the figures for November or December yet). Well done guys!!

Going Wild in Scotland

Tour company Wild in Scotland are now stopping off at Teaghlach Wood on a weekly basis to plant trees with us! Their guests get the opportunity to give something back to Scotland and leave a legacy of their trip.

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Himalayan Footsteps at Teaghlach

No not the Dalai Lama but Olly Margry from OJM Travel who specialises in tours to India, Nepal and Tibet. Olly offers all of his customers the chance to offset their flights and does this through our sister company, Carbon Offset Scotland.

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The Glamour returns – Miss Earth gets dirty once again!

Where would we be without a bit of glamour at Teaghlach Wood! Once again we have some terrific support from the Miss Earth in the form of the new Miss Scotland, Sarah Finlay. Sarah was so taken with the work we are doing that she has also decided to become an ambassador for Trees4Scotland – and has recently been promoting us at the Miss Earth finals in the Philippines!

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Poacher Turned Gamekeeper

Angus sat on a panel of climate experts, dragons den style, to offer a critique on projects being suggested by climate advocates taking part on the British Council’s Challenge Europe project. He was in esteemed company which included Simon Pepper, OBE, who was Director of the World Wildlife Fund (Scotland) from 1985 to 2005.

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Diana Galbandon gets Trees4Christmas

Judy Lowstuter, runs a tour company based in Virginia, USA, specialising in bringing tours over to Scotland. In particular she runs “Outlander Tours” to connect the writer Diana Galbandon’s fans with the beautiful story of Jamie and Claire, as well as the haunting history and dramatic beauty of the country.