Wilderness Scotland donates £7,000 to conservation champions
Posted on Apr 13, 2011 by Wilderness
We would like to say a big thank you to all those who have contributed to our Conservation Contribution Scheme. With your help we have donated over £7,000 to three of Scotland’s leading conservation organisations this year:
• The John Muir Trust owns and manages many of Scotland’s iconic wild landscapes including Ben Nevis, Sandwood Bay and much of the Cuillin mountains.
• Trees for Life is dedicated to preserving and restoring the Caledonian Forest. Wilderness Scotland generous contribution will help plant over 200 trees on the Dundreggan Estate. We have set up our own corporate grove and if you are interested in contributing to its growth, please click here.
• The Scottish Wildlife Trust owns and manages a network of critically important wildlife reserves throughout Scotland including Handa Island, Ben Mor Coigach and the Isle of Eigg.
We hope that your support will continue over the long-term and that our donation will be bigger and better next year! In the meantime you can find out more about Scotland’s bio diversity here.
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