We are delighted to be partnering with the National Parks and Wildlife Service and the Native Woodland Trust to be planting hundreds of trees across Wicklow in 2023.
And now you can be a part of it as well!
We are offering the opportunity to purchase one of three beautiful gift certificates for a loved one for any occasion (e.g. St Valentine's Day, in memory of). All funds raised will be used to buy your chosen trees and materials (stakes, tree guards etc.) for planting in one of the sites we are collaborating on.
The certificates have been brought to life by beautiful illustrations donated to the initiative by Wicklow artist Emily Robyn Archer from her Native Circles collection (see more from Emily at nativecirclesart.ie). Each certificate will also be personalised with a message, the recipient and the sender names and emailed to you in high res PDF for printing at home or sending virtually. Please fill in the contact form below after you complete your transaction on Paypal and allow approx. two days for your personalised certificate to be created.
Thank you for your support, we hope your loved one enjoys their gift. Why not join our volunteer list as well and during the tree planting season you can come together and plant your very own trees!
These Scots Pine have been propagated from an ancient native stand discovered in the Burren, Clare. Your donation will help return this iconic tree species, one of Ireland's only native conifer trees, to its historic range across Glendalough and the surrounding mountains.
These Oak will be planted across a number of sites in the Wicklow Mountains National Park in partnership with NPWS rangers. Oak is probably the most iconic tree to Ireland and with good reason as it supports the highest number of species with a current count of over 600!
These Hawthorn will be planted in partnership with the Native Woodland Trust on their site in Laragh, Wicklow. Hawthorn is considered a magical tree in Irish folklore and its rich red berries provide a great food source for birds. Hedgerows of hawthorn act as wildlife corridors.
© ReWild Wicklow 2022