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Cheap Tree Scheme now live!

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 […]

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New Treasurer for Jersey Trees

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.    

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2016 Christmas Lunch

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 […]

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Rubis Photo Competition 2016 Now Open

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 […]

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College Gardens tree felled

In answer to concerns about trees felled at former Girl’s College site we have made enquiries and can confirm the following: The Black Poplars were felled some 3 years ago as they had declined in health & vigour & were then considered a liability due to branch drop. Their removal allowed the horse chestnut to […]

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Bellozanne Valley Compensation Planting

The States of Jersey Infrastructure Department (formerly TTS) is having to remove a certain amount of trees and woodland in Bellozanne Valley in order to accommodate an increase in the size of the sewage treatment plant. To replace or mitigate the number and volume of trees that have been lost two major planting schemes have […]

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