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Help conserve the Caledonian Forest!

The European Outdoor Conservation Association is again running its annual conservation project competition, with the winning project in each category chosen by online public vote and securing £20,000.

In the ‘Outdoor’ category, the Glen Affric Forest Landscape Project, proposed by Scottish-based woodland conservation charity Trees for Life, is the sole UK representative. Voting is very simple (you can vote once per computer/tablet etc. in each category), so if you’re keen to help further ‘rewild’ a beautiful part of the Scottish Highlands, please vote for this project. If you know anyone else who’s passionate about rewilding Scotland, perhaps you can let them know and encourage them to vote. The competition closes at 23:59 on Monday 6th October. For further details about the project, as well as a link to the voting page, please either click on the image below or follow this link Trees for Life Every vote counts!

Trees for Life

Trees for Life

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