Donate and Help Save Our Trees
Flexible donations to help save our threatened trees
Early in 2017, it was confirmed that a significant number of rhododendron plants in one part of the nature reserve were infected with Ramoren disease (Phytophthora Ramorum), known in the USA as ‘sudden oak death‘ .
Larch trees are particularly susceptible to Ramoran disease and is sometimes also referred to in the UK as ‘larch tree disease‘. We have thousands of young larch trees and many wonderful oak trees in Glencoe Wood, some of which are hundreds of years old, and we need your help to save them.
How You Can Help?
We are asking our most loyal supporters to donate and this will contribute to the cost of removing these infected plants and saving our trees.
100% of your donation will go towards the cost of saving our oak trees (we have already been promised the cost of the board by a donor).
We have four donation levels. Please give whatever you are comfortable giving.
In return, your name and a message can be displayed on a display board, please note this only applies to gold and silver donors. The names of other donors will be acknowledged.
For the avoidance of doubt – we will not post you anything so that all of your kind donation will go towards saving our trees, so please be sure to select the ‘free shipping‘ option when you checkout.
Free worldwide shipping available.
You can find all of our delivery information here.
We accept returns within 30 days of order date and will provide a full refund. Please note we do not refund your postage or gift wrap charge and engraved or personalised accessories cannot be exchanged or refunded unless faulty.
You can find all of our returns information here.
Why buy from us
It’s a gift for life!– This is something that yourself or the recipient can treasure forever and can be passed down to future generations.
It’s eco-friendly – We use the profits from our sales to create nature reserves in the Scottish highlands and fund conservation projects on the land. Over the years we have planted thousands of trees, created bug hotels, bat boxes, beehives, a 3-acre lochan and a forever home for injured hedgehogs, among other projects.
It’s socially conscious – We know how important it is to educate people, and children in particuar, on what they can do to take care of the environment and that is why we run “days out” at the reserve to work on ongoing environmental projects as well going in to local schools.
It’s a great excuse to visit the Scottish Highlands! – Come and see your land with your own eyes and get a tour of the reserve.