George Anderson has 26 items in their collection
Planting starts in huge ecosystem restoration
Blog post By George Anderson, 14 June 2017, Working with partners, Tree planting
We are delivering the woodland elements of a vast landscape initiative in the Scottish Highlands. The first new trees have gone in the ground at Coigach and Assynt.
Raw Rosehip Syrup
Blog post By George Anderson, 12 September 2016, Things to see and do
Rosehips were the nation’s vitamin C saviour in World War II, and a generation grew up to love their perfumed flavour. But you needn’t be an ex-evacuee to enjoy this easy and delicious raw syrup recipe.
An elderberry syrup to drive the sniffles (and Satan) away!
Blog post By George Anderson, 26 August 2016, Things to see and do
It produced the original dye for tweed jackets and is said to keep flies, flu and even the Devil at bay. The tiny but mighty elderberry is hanging from a tree near you. Harness its goodness this autumn with this tasty syrup recipe.
Is bramble whisky the greatest hedgerow liqueur?
Blog post By George Anderson, 12 August 2016, Wildlife & nature
If you only make one hedgerow tipple this year - make it bramble whisky. Our recipe couldn’t be simpler.
We join the Coigach & Assynt Living Landscape project
Blog post By George Anderson, 27 July 2016, Tree planting
Woodland Trust Scotland is delighted to be joining an ambitious partnership bringing together landowners, the community and conservationists in the far North-west.
Is Britain in for a sloe gin drought this Christmas?
Blog post By George Anderson, 14 July 2016, Threats
A cold damp spring may have exposed Britain’s blackthorn trees to fungal infection – and that could mean sloe berries are in short supply this autumn.