Trees for Life are making an for donations to repair damaged fences that are vital to the successful growth of trees that have been successfully recovering for the last 25 years
In the 1990s Trees for Life established a series of 10 fenced exclosures for native forest recovery on West Affric which encompasses the headwaters of the Affric River, in partnership with the National Trust for Scotland (NTS), and tens of thousands of young trees, planted by volunteers, are now growing successfully there. However, recent damage to the fences has left many of these trees vulnerable to grazing by deer, so Trees for Life are making an urgent appeal to you to help them raise for vital repairs to protect them before this winter.
This is an emergency situation, as Trees for Life stand to lose the results of their forest restoration work unless the protection can be reinstated.
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