Borrowmeadow Tree Care and Site Clean on Saturday 30th April from 2:00 until 5:00pm
TreeLink will be supporting volunteer session held at Borrowmeadow in the open land behind Forthbank Stadium. The site needs one final day of effort to remove the remaining tree guards from the trees that were planted about 10-11 years ago. We will then collect up all the guards and stakes for reuse or recycling. There will be no tree planting on this occasion.Volunteers meet outside the The Peak (FK81QZ) at 2:00pm. Please were suitable clothes and footwear. Tools and work gloves can be provided. There are no toilet or refreshment facilities at Borrowmeadow - but there are at the Peak. There is no need to book but it helps if you let us know that you are coming by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Forthside Bing for shrub and tree planting on Saturday 12th March 10:00 – 1:00
After an induction on safe tool use, help us plant flowering trees and shrubs to add to the diverse habitat mosaic at this brownfield site which adjoins the site we are adopting at Old Harbour Woods. Please wear suitable clothing and footwear. We will provide protective gloves and tools, however if you have your own spade and gloves, please bring these along. There are no toilet or refreshment facilities on site.
This session is not appropriate for children under 12. Under 16 year olds to be closely supervised by parent/carer. Booking is not necessary, but it would be helpful if you email email@example.com or call 07926169765 to let us know that you plan to come.
Meet at Forthside Bing by Forthside Way, west of the sewage works and The Peak at 10.00 am (https://goo.gl/maps/hNHLMAYep5VZ8bdeA or find the location using the What3Words app: friday.anyone.pencil).
Borrowmeadow tree planting on Sunday 27th March 10.00 - 13.00 - meet at The Peak.
TreeLink will be supporting a tree planting session held at Borrowmeadow in the open land behind Forthbank Stadium. Volunteers meet outside the The Peak (FK81QZ) at 10.00. Please were suitable clothes and footwear. Tools and work gloves can be provided. There are no toilet or refreshment facilities at Borrowmeadow - but there are at the Peak. There is no need to book but it helps if you let us know that you are coming by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you would like to volunteer for any of these activities and haven't already done so, please complete the website form here.
You can also get involved involved in planning our activities by joining one of three working groups - Street Trees, Tree Nursery and the TreeLink Community Woodland Action Group. There is more information about each group here. If you would like to get involved please reply to this email (email@example.com).
There is a regular volunteer opportunity maintaining the tree nursery at 10:00 am on the third Saturday of every month, at Braehead Community Garden. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to get more details. The garden is secured so we need to know you're coming to get access.
The TreeLink Community Woodland Action Group is looking for new members to help plan and organise community woodland events. Our activities to date have included coppicing, seed collection and removal of invasive species and we have much more planned for 2022 in Old Harbour Woods at Forthside in Stirling.
Our first meeting of 2022 is on Wednesday 12th January at 18:30 via Zoom.
Please email email@example.com to find out more or to request Zoom meeting details if you would like to attend.