In support of the Jersey Pollinator Project initiative we are not strimming so much at Adelina Wood this ...
We are once again managing the Roy Overland Charitable Trust Woodland & Ecology Fund, offering grants to charities ...
We’re very proud to announce the successful completion of our first Duke of Edinburgh award student, Jamie Jackson. ...
The boys have been very busy the last few days clearing the spring growth in the Alder Collection ...
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 […]
A Marathon a day from St. Malo to Montpelier! Ultra marathon-running tree surgeon plans 800km challenge to raise funds for two charities A British tree surgeon living in France is planning to run more than a marathon a day during an 800km charity-run challenge. James Averty, 52, who lives in Brittany, hopes to average 45kms […]
In support of the Jersey Pollinator Project initiative we are not strimming so much at Adelina Wood this year. We’ve only cleared pathways and paths to trees to help provide a richer meadow habitat. Beautiful down there on a day starting with humid turbulent weather like today. And later that same day…
The Branchage Campaign has, by gathering stakeholders together, been hugely successful in driving change in Branchage practices and with a great deal of effort and dedication by all involved made considerable headway in improving practices. They have conducted training and produced new Guidelines which are progressively being adopted and hopefully they will become the V1 […]
Hello everyone, Here at last is the digital version of the (late) Spring newsletter. We’re looking forward to seeing you at the AGM or the evening BBQ dinner, or both! Hope you enjoy reading this edition and welcome any feedback or suggestions for the Autumn newsletter. Click here or click on the image […]
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We are once again managing the Roy Overland Charitable Trust Woodland & Ecology Fund, offering grants to charities and non-profit groups and organisations for community based ecology and environmental projects. The project need not be only tree based, any project that will help the environment and ecology can be considered. The grants awards will be […]
We’ve been keeping it quiet but due to a loose comment on Facebook today I thought I’d publish some information about our Amphitheatre Project at Val de la Mare. The amphitheatre idea came from seeing the geography at the foot of the valley leading to the new Chinese section lending itself perfectly as a natural […]
Seedy Sunday returned this year after a year off and was again a tremendous success. Held this year at Le Rocquier lots of environmentally relevant organisations exhibited, or gave talks accompanied by throngs of visitors keen to buy, donate, or or exchange seeds throughout the day. We were extremely grateful to Fiona Murphy, the organiser, […]
We were recently joined by the team from onogo.com, a local online retailer and clearly ecologically aware as they set to work on an access path we’re in the process of creating, the path itself connecting our recently created Chinese zone with the already well established Wingnut zone at our Arboretum at Val de la […]
With a mixture of both gratitude and sadness, we hosted our last volunteer session with the team from Investec recently. They very kindly sponsored a hedgerow planting close to St.Ouens pond and have been an integral part of its planting and maintenance for the last three years. The project was initially proposed to work in […]
We’re very proud to announce the successful completion of our first Duke of Edinburgh award student, Jamie Jackson. Jamie joined us in May this year as part of his Bronze award, the core aim being to expand his knowledge of the environment learning new skills along the way. Jamie always worked hard and to a […]