We will be participating at the JSPCA Christmas Fair at the Animal Shelter, 89 St Saviour Road, on Sunday 3rd December – Open from 11:00am until 4:00pm where you can buy our new Christmas cards designed by Lauren Radley – amongst other things!
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Hello and welcome to Jersey Trees for Life. Formerly Jersey Men of the Trees, we are a registered charity in Jersey providing protection, care, and education for and about trees on our island. We provide educational services to schools and organisations, plan and manage environmental care schemes including volunteer work, and provide expert advice on […]
Some of the team at Santander came and helped us – and made a really cool video while they were there!
Thoughtful little video courtesy of the JEP
The CCA Gallery in Hill Street is hosting an exhibition of several artist’s work including some recent pieces by Graham Bannister, who’s contribution is inspired by his love for Jersey and it’s trees. We have an opening reception on the evening of November 3rd for JTfL members, invitations for which will be included with the […]
The Jersey Trees for Life “Cheap Tree Scheme” is now open for orders. The scheme is intended to fill the gap created when the original Cheap Tree Scheme, run by the States, was closed some years ago. Bulk quantities of native bare root trees and hedging whips will be available to order for delivery in […]
Ivy has been the subject of considerable debate in the press recently so I would like to publish our position and advice on it’s presence on trees. (more…)
We’re very pleased to welcome Greg Bestwick of BestwickRussell Chartered Accountancy practice as our new treasurer. Greg is keenly interested in trees and the environment and as a family man, wanted to give something back to the community.
Our Christmas lunch is approaching. Members will be getting a copy of the menu with the newsletter that is going out as we speak but here are the details just in case. Thursday 1st December 2016 at 1 pm St Brelade’s Bay Hotel With guided members’ walk with Conrad Evans around Sir Winston Churchill Park […]
After last year’s great response we are delighted to be working with Rubis again on their annual calendar photograph competition. Trees we Love This year’s title is “Trees we Love” and the criteria is that the photograph must be of, or feature, a tree or trees that have special meaning to you. The photographs can contain […]
The boys have been very busy the last few days clearing the spring growth in the Alder Collection at St. Brelades. Not a lot is said about the collection, but it has been a JTfL project since 1990 when it was planted to study how well different varieties of Alder flourished in local conditions. For […]