Photo Competition 2018 – Eug Thomasson
Photo Competition 2018 – Eug Thomasson
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Scots Pine
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Birch Wood
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Welcome to Mull Native Woodlands Group

The Mull Native Woodland Group was set up in 2018.  Its members initially came from the north west of Mull in response to developments in the local woodlands.  This led to a realisation that we cared about what was happening in woodland and forestry across the whole island. We welcome new members from the isles of Mull and Iona and beyond.

The name of the group was chosen in recognition of the remaining areas of biodiverse woodlands on Mull – and the role they play in encouraging wildlife.

Our aims include:

  • Raising awareness of the importance of different woodland habitats
  • Supporting land managers and community groups in restoration and re-establishment of native woodlands
  • Looking at woodlands as potential areas for training, and for environmentally sustainable economic development
  • Campaigning against the use of pesticides and herbicides and helping find alternatives

AGM 2021

MULL NATIVE WOODLANDS GROUP  Annual General Meeting Via Zoom Thursday 18th March 2021 at 7.30pm                 For information and...
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MULL NATIVE WOODLANDS GROUP Annual General Meeting Via Zoom Thursday 18th March 2021 at 7.30pm For information and registration details please contact:
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The Jay

The British Trust for Ornithology (BTO) in their Bird Atlas 2007-11 show that Jays are moving north! Traditionally they were absent from northern Scotland but...
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Mull  Native Woodlands Group Newsletter, Dec 2020

Mull  Native Woodlands Group Newsletter, Dec 2020 This year has been a challenging time for everyone, especially small community groups like ours. With the support...
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Kew News: Thanks to everyone in our team who took part in this seed collection project. We received correspondence from Kew, their newsletter Partner Newsletter_March 2020_Final which...

Ardura Community Forest Purchase

Kew Seed Bank PartnershipMull Native Woodlands Group will be attending the Ardura Community Forest Purchase Celebrations on Sunday 22nd September 12pm until 3pm.

There will be food and a chance to look at the ancient Oak and Holly stances.

We will be showing people how to prepare native tree seeds for our Community Tree Nursery and looking for volunteers to help collect seeds for the Kew Millennium Seed Bank Project. They are wanting collections of Hazel, Holly, Honeysuckle and Alder.

So come and join us at this fantastic event and learn how to preserve our native woodlands.