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May 2021 E-bulletin

 
Tree Walks in Stirling

A great way to enjoy trees, and to learn more about them, is to take a guided 'tree walk'. ​Riverside Naturally, a community group in Stirling, has developed a three stage  walk along the Forth in Riverside.   

You can download the walks 
HERE .

 

You can also see them on the Riverside Naturally website 
Trees Of Riverside | RiversideNaturally

Please get in touch with us if you have a tree walk to share. 
We would love to publish it on our website. 
Tree Nursery News 
You can download the latest news bulletin about the Dispersed Tree Nursery Project here. 

The Treelink working group which is supporting the dispersed tree nursery has started a conversation with Stirling Council.  It hopes to find a site to develop the project by providing a place to collect and care for the trees that have been grown volunteer's gardens.They will then be available to community groups for planting projects. 
⚠️ Please share as widely as possible! Gillies Hill in Cambusbarron is threatened by Patersons Quarries to create a new access road to reopen the quarry.

🌳 Huge impacts to the local community and 1,500 trees in danger
including historic Sequoias.

👇 Please support and join the campaign. SAVE GILLIES HILL!
 
https://www.facebook.com/groups/savegillieshill

Website Updates 
 
The TreeLink website is continuing to develop.  You can now find previous  issues of this e-bulletin, information about other organisations concerned  with trees and two new pages describing the TreeLink Street Trees Project and the TreeLink  Woodland Group.   
Get clicking! 
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