Why is rhododendron removal an essential action to help nature in Scotland be restored to its potentials and promise?
Why couldn't rhododendron be fully removed without community engagement and care for the land?
Why is Trees for Hope getting involved in rhododendron removal in Glenuig and is asking for community engagement to tackle this challenging and essential task to assist in the recovery of the Atlantic Forest in Western Scotland?
Come to this public talk on Friday 10th of March to engage in the conversation, and action for the Atlantic Rainforest here.
Present in the discussion will be : Alan Watson Featherstone, ecologist,Trees for Hope Jean Langhorne,Woodland Trust Volunteer, community member Ian Cain, Environmental Scientist, community member Robert Clegg, land owner, community member Pupak Haghighi, Trees for Hope
Please bring your concerns, questions, and aspirations on how a collaboration between the community, land owners, and a rewilding charity could create a spark of activity to shape a movement towards the recovery of the ancient, but much reduced rainforests in this beautiful part of Scotland.
A contribution will be appreciated to cover the cost of the hall hire. Thank you. *
Pupak Haghighi will present the charity Trees for Hope. She will describe the charity's activity commencing in April in Glenuig. She is hoping this event would help create an alliance between the communities in Moidart, Trees for Hope, and caring land owners to tackle a most obstinate obstacle, the rhododendrons to the return of the wild rainforests.