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Tree in loch lomond

Connecting trees and people

TreeLink grows, plants and cares for trees and woodlands and speaks up for trees in the 
Stirling Council area. We would love you to join us.

It's AGM Time!

TreeLink Stirling's Annual General Meeting will take place on Saturday 13 May 2023 in Room 4U5 in the Cottrell Building in the University of Stirling at 10:00am. If you're interested in becoming a trustee, but can't make the AGM please get in touch. 
We would be grateful to have your support as a trustee. You don't need specialist knowledge, or specific skills (but if you do, that's great too!).
We have really exciting, positive and progressive projects under development and we would love it if you would join us in our endevours to plant more trees.

You can download an information pack here which gives further details on the AGM.

Please let us know by emailing


Over 100 Free Trees for Babies Distributed

TreeLink Stirling, with generous support from local firm Vivisol Home Care, distributed over a hundred free tree on Saturday 25th February.  Staff from Vivisol worked alongside TreeLink volunteers to distribute the trees.


The trees were given to families to mark the birth of their child.  Each tree came with a certificate signed by TreeLink chairperson, Professor Alistair Jump.   The planting pack contained instructions and everything needed, except a spade. 

Max Hislop, the volunteer organiser of the Free Trees For Babies added “Trees make people happy and are an important part of human culture. They connect people to nature and the changing seasons. Trees provide a sense of place and important landmarks. In many ways people are emotionally connected to trees, they get fulfilment from nurturing them and even mourn their loss.”


The project is open for applications for the next distribution, which will take place during next winter.

Treelink Stirling’s Spring Gathering

Coffee, Cakes and Connections

Over 40 participants joined TreeLink for our first Spring Gathering on 4th Feb 2023. The programme was introduced by Professor Al Jump, TreeLink's Chair. Presentations on three of our main projects were delivered by Max Hislop (Street Trees) Ann White (Woodland Management) and Nigel Cole (TreeLink Nursery) After coffee and cakes, many folk joined Al Jump for a tree walk along Back Walk. 

Free Trees for Babies

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We are now taking registrations for 2024 - please click on the button below for details.

To encourage tree planting in gardens and promote the many benefits that trees bring we’ll give you a free tree to plant in your garden to mark your baby’s birth. You can also apply if you want to celebrate an adoption or commemorate a lost baby.

TreeLink is happy to acknowledge a grant for £500 from the Artemis Charitable Foundation. 

Each year, Artemis gives a proportion of revenues to the Artemis Charitable Foundation. Established in 2007, it manages their charitable activities and  involvement in the wider world. Staff and the trustees choose which charities will benefit.

The foundation supports ‘core’ charities in the UK and internationally in the areas of health, poverty, education and the environment and also makes donations to global disasters and emergencies when they occur.

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