Success stories

We work with a range of project types including new woodland planting (native broadleaf, commercial, mixed, riparian, natural regeneration) or peatland restoration.

Cùl Mòr

This restoration covers 91 ha owned by the Assynt Foundation, which was set up to make a community buy out of two estates in the northwest Highlands of Scotland. Delivered in April 2023, Cùl Mòr is now under audit by the ICUN Peatland Code.

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Bowshiel is an inspiring family-led project to restore ancient oakwood in the Scottish Borders. Over 8 ha of non-native trees and scrub were felled and cleared to allow the ancient trees to re-colonise the valley. This project was shortlisted for the Nature of Scotland Award 2021.

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Bryn Arw

On the edge of the Black Mountains, within the Brecon Beacons National Park, a farming community planted approximately 130,000 native broadleaf trees on 61 hectares of common land. The project, led by Dr Keith Powell and Robert Penn (co-founders of Stump Up for Trees) has put leaves back on the Bryn Arw mountain. 

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woodlands are growing

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