News for the New Year

All the best for 2013

Best wishes to everyone for the New Year from all at Treesurv.

It looks set to be a busy year with the planting work now well under way at the Corehead project and plenty of tree management work to fit in a long the way.
We had a busy time over the Christmas period with a native planting project at Fruid Farm, Tweedsmuir. This work involved Cleuch planting to re-establish habitat for Black Grouse, The interesting thing in doing this is that it is in a valley that connects up to the native planting we are undertaking at Lochan Burn, this also having the objective of providing habitat for Black Grouse. Further to this both sites are not too far away from the already established Carrifran Wildwood Project making the wider area in general something special.

Sunday the 6th Jan we are going to be having a get together at the Bothy in Lochan Burn for a drink and nibbles to welcome the New Year and toast the final phase of the planting work at Corehead. All are welcome and the plan is to meet at the Bothy for between 12 and 1pm. 

Over the next week we are going to be sending all of our clients a 2013 calendar but if you don’t receive one please don’t hesitate to contact us and we would be more than happy to send one to you.

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