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Guernsey’s Insurance Corporation Conservation Awards entry deadline is 28 May 2013

May 9th, 2013 by Insurance Corporation Conservation Awards

Guernsey schools and environmentally friendly islanders have until 28 May 2013 to get their entries in for this years’ Insurance Corporation Conservation Awards. The event, which is in its 23rd year, is staged to fund projects designed to protect the island’s green spaces and natural habitats. The winner of the main award could win a […]

A Proposal for an urban tree planting programme from The Guernsey Society of The Men of the Trees

July 22nd, 2010 by Treeman

Why Urban Tree Planting? Many built up areas of Guernsey, and especially St Peter Port, are blessed with several fine examples of large mature trees which together produce a magnificent backdrop, give a sense of place and identity and deliver many environmental benefits. But these trees are under threat. The majority of these trees were […]

Planting trees at St. Germain on 6 March 2010 will provide a range of benefits

March 5th, 2010 by Andrew McCutcheon

Islanders representing a range of interests will be coming together to plant trees at St. Germain Nature Trail this Saturday 6th March 2010. The planting of trees will be a collaborative effort involving the Guernsey Building Trades & Employers Association (GBTEA) and the Vale Earth Fair (VEF) working together with the Guernsey Tree Warden Scheme […]