Preserving And Rebuilding The Caledonian Forests

Preserving The Land

We are committed to preserving the forests by leaving it in its natural state, protecting it from foreign intruders and allowing the wildlife to thrive.

With every passing year it warms our hearts to see the juniper, Scots pine and yew grow taller, and we can see the smaller plants like cowberry and hard fern thrive and their protection. Grouse and chaffinch are a common site now, attracting more small predators as their numbers swell! 

Rebuilding The Forests

We support Trees for Life, whose vision it is to rebuild and revitalise the wild forest in the Highlands of Scotland. They have established 44 tree planting sites and planted nearly two million trees... and counting.

For Every Deed of Title ordered we donate to Trees for Life, helping them to plant trees in the Scottish Highlands on your behalf.

"Your trees will be planted alongside other native trees, and in time will transform open hillsides into healthy young woodland, helping to restore the Caledonian Forest. This rich habitat will support wildlife such as red squirrel, black grouse, capercaillie, pine marten and golden eagle." 

Courtesy Trees for Life