Teaghlach Wood

teaghlach /t??lax/ n. Scottish Gaelic
1. family, household, house in genealogy
2. clan, tribe, race, progeny

Teaghlach Wood (meaning family or clan) is our current project and is located on a 35 hectare site in central Scotland – we have space for over 38,000 trees.

Teaghlach Wood aims to play its part in restoring Scotland’s landscape back to its traditional woodland state. All of the trees planted will be traditional woodland varieties such as oak, birch, ash and rowan.

As the woodland matures we hope that it will become a place that will be enjoyed by future generations to come.

Thanks to your support the woodland is now well underway, and we are delighted that so many of you have chosen to be represented on our on-site honours boards. We hope that you and future generations will be able to visit, view your names and enjoy the woodland.