Loxleys helps to re-wild the Affric Scottish Highlands with renowned Trees for Life scheme

With the help of their customers, Loxleys partnered with Trees for Life in the mission to rewild half a million acres of Scottish Highland, using the ‘Trees for Life’ donation scheme.

Trees for Life

Each year when collecting their annual customer feedback, Loxleys partners with a charitable cause and 2022 saw the environmentally driven initiative contribute towards Trees for Life ambitious 30-year landscape-scaling goal of rewilding 500,000 acres of Scottish Highland.

Restoring the nature terrain across a network of landholdings spanning from Loch Ness to Glens Cannich, Affric, Moriston and Shiel, will help to boost habitat connectivity, encourage species diversity and help tackling climate breakdown with just one tree having the ability to remove one tonne of CO2 from our air over its lifetime.

Our first partnership with the Trees for Life scheme

Alice Buck, Loxleys Marketing Manager commented “Each year it is an honour to be able to partner with a charitable cause whilst collecting our customer’s feedback, and we have partnered with many worthy causes over the years, but this year sees our first partnership with the Trees for Life scheme.

Sustainability and the future of our environment is something that is pivotal to Loxleys, it felt only right to participate in a scheme that is focused on the continued development of our environment too. By donating to this scheme, we have been able to help reduce emissions through working together to acknowledge and make a difference in tackling our climate crisis. The plantation of these trees also helps to create new habitat for wildlife that are critical to our eco-system.”