Just imagine, that is 9000 SqFt of native Scottish trees! The trees such as Scots Pine, Rowan, dwarf Birch and Aspen will help to transform the open hillsides into healthy young woodland, rich in wildlife such as red squirrel, black grouse, capercaillie and wood ant!
Thanks to The Mackenzie School of English an additional 117 new native trees will be planted in the wild Caledonian Forest in the Amos Beech grove of trees with all the wonderful wildlife that will inhabit their new environment.
The Mackenzie School of English moved in to their new space in Leith, Edinburgh in the first week of May.
As part of our Corporate Social Responsibility, we have started our own grove in partnership with the award-winning charity Trees for Life. Trees for Life works on the restoration of Scotland's ancient Caledonian Forest in the Scottish Highlands.
You can plant trees yourself!
Well, you don't necessarily have to redesign and fit our your space with us to achieve this, because you can plant trees yourself!
Have a look at the Amos Beech Trees for Life grove:
Amos Beech – improving every environment we touch
The Amos Beech Video