NORTH EAST MOUNTAIN TRUST - WINTER LECTURES 2021-2022
A Quality Future for Mountaineers and Hill-Walkers
Thursday 9th December 2021
The work of the Borders Forest Trust
Charles Dundas is Chief Executive of Borders Forest Trust, a charity established to restore native woodland habitats to Southern Scotland. Since 1996, BFT have been working towards planting trees, restoring peatlands and other natural habitats, enriching the biological diversity of around 31 sq km in the Southern Uplands, an area with the lowest percentage of native woodlands in mainland Scotland.
BFT aim to demonstrate large scale ecological restoration in action, and inspire landowners, statutory bodies, local communities and policy makers to embrace this alternative model for land use and conservation. They work in partnership with a wide range of local and national organisations as well as landowners, universities, colleges and schools with support from a committed group of volunteers, supporters and donors.
The meeting will be held on Zoom - details with ticket
Booking via Eventbrite
Time: 7.30 pm
Image: Carrifran valley © BFT
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