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Grace and Phil tree planting in BroadfordTo celebrate our 10th Anniversary, we've launched our Future Forest project. Each of our 10 learning centres are welcoming new growth in the form of 500 trees.

It has been a challenging year for humanity on a global scale but we remain hopeful. We embrace an awareness of how to treat each other and the environment.

These trees represent the roots which we hope our students have set down and the grounding we have given them to flourish further afield. The project represents their growth and reach into the future as well as giving benefit to all in our communities.

We hope to add to this project year on year and give back to our planet.

Sally Hudson plants a young sapling in Glen NevisPacking the earth down well to help saplings flourishFiona Grant, NTS Ranger Willie Fraser, Gairloch Centre Manager Susan Maclean, Shirley Smith, student Andrew Smith, student Charlie Mays, June Mays and Iain Smith. Gairloch Tree Planting May 2021.Planting with a smile: Shirley Smith, student Andrew Smith, June Mays and Iain Smith.Willie Fraser, NTS Ranger, with Andrew and SusanBest foot forward with Ullapool Centre Manager Christine Crook planting crab apple trees at Ullapool High School.Christine making sure this young tree has a good start in UllapoolGrace Peach Perry planting trees in Broadford as part of our Future Forest celebrationsNicholas Kelly, Phil Knott, Lydia Rohmer and Grace Peach Perry at our Broadford tree plantingFiona Grant, Caleigh MacDonald, Maggie MacDonald and Fiona Thompson at the Future Forest planting in PortreePortree Centre Manager Maggie MacDonald gets digging with student Caleigh MacDonald and Assistant Principal Fiona GrantPortree school pupils help with our tree plantingPlanting for our future generations in PortreeIn Glen Nevis with Jordan McBain, Principal Lydia Rohmer, Giles Wade, Rory Stewart of Nevis Landscape Partnership and Sally HudsonJordan takes a break from digging