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    Weʼve raised £1,350 to support Glasgow primary school children to grow their own oak trees which will be planted at The Lost Woods

    Funded on Wednesday, 10th November 2021

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    Our project The Lost Woods aims to encourage all primary school children to grow a tree from seed, nurture its growth and help rewild Glasgow with their baby oaks. We want to create beautiful green spaces for all to enjoy - The Lost Woods - and create a wonderful legacy to the COP 26 Climate Summit in 2021.

    In March, we distributed acorn seeds to primary school pupils across Glasgow to help focus children’s attention on growth and positivity during the lengthy virus-enforced school lockdown. The children will now help the country recover by planting thousands of baby oak trees in Glasgow.

    Children will be taught about the importance of natural solutions in tackling climate change through a series of dedicated events combined with tree growing. We are also teaming up with the Glasgow Science Centre to bring exciting new online resources to schools and families.

    As little acorns themselves, we want to fire up school children’s imaginations and grow their confidence that no one is too small to make a difference.

    Your money will be used to create a Glasgow Children’s Woodland; help develop educational resources, transport the primary school children to the site to plant their baby oak trees and support the dedicated school events and workshops. We ultimately want to inspire hope and bring nature into children's homes through music, art and song.

    Together we will create a wonderful legacy for the UN Climate Summit in Glasgow and be a beacon of hope to the rest of the world.

    Thank you from all the team at The Lost Woods.



    • The Lost Woods3 years ago
      The Lost Woods

      The Lost Woods

      3 years ago

      We can’t thank you enough for supporting us here at The Lost Woods 💚 🌳. Thank you for not allowing the ups and downs of 2020 to derail hope and growth! ⭐️ 2021 holds so much promise, and perhaps some very exciting announcements!! 🤗 For now we wish you a happy and healthy festive season. Thank you for being a part of the Lost Woods story and for all that you do to help amplify and shine a light on the solutions that will create a better and more equitable future for us all.

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    • GIULIA


      Oct 29, 2021

      Amazing that you partnered with NOPLA !Keep going !A great example for other countries as well !


    • nopla /

      nopla /

      Oct 21, 2021

      Let's build a greener future!


    • Morag


      Oct 20, 2021

      What an inspirational and vital project.


    • Lynne Loudon

      Lynne Loudon

      Oct 5, 2021

      All the best to everyone - can't wait to see what the next couple of decades will look like!

    • Ahlyah Ali

      Ahlyah Ali

      Aug 24, 2021

      Such a beautiful project x


    • Anonymous


      Aug 8, 2021

      Respect the come up

    • Caledonian running group

      Caledonian running group

      Jun 25, 2021


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    The Lost Woods is a project to inspire, educate and empower children about their environment. Bringing climate optimism and learning to life.

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