Come and dig in and help plant trees at Talamh!
Talamh is one of the many groups across Scotland to have recently received a free tree pack from the Woodland Trust Scotland to help improve the local environment.
Planting trees is important for creating a diverse ecosystem that will support many wild creatures such as birds and insects, which is why we have chosen trees that produce nuts & berries. Helping improve the environment by planting trees secures healthy and beautiful natural spaces that can be enjoyed for years to come. We would like to make the woodland at Talamh more accessible to the local community, and the first step is to involve people in planting trees so that they can develop a connection with the woodland.
This spring over 200 groups across Scotland are planting trees thanks to the free packs, which have been supported by players of People’s Postcode Lottery, to enhance their neighbourhood and enrich the local environment. The trees will form flourishing woodland in as little as ten years. All the trees are native, and are sourced and grown in the UK.
Carol Evans, director of the Woodland Trust Scotland said: “It’s fantastic that thanks to supporters including players of People’s Postcode Lottery hundreds of groups across Scotland can improve their local environment. Planting trees is an activity that brings the whole community together.”
Come and help plant some trees to improve the environment and provide food & shelter for wildlife. Please bring waterproofs, warm clothes & wellies
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