Friday, October 13, 2017

Native planting Work for the National Trust for Scotland

Working away from home in the beautiful area around Loch Tay.

This autumn, the team has been given the opportunity to work with the National Trust for Scotland at Ben Lawers Nature Reserve planting Downy Willow. The project offers some gorgeous views and has allowed us to use our experience with Montane planting to create new habitat on an incredible site. The Treesurv team also had the opportunity to visit the Fortingall Yew, which has been dated at over a 1000 years old and is reckoned by some to be 5-6000 years old and possibly the oldest tree in Britain!

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