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Wee Forest Planting Day at Glasgow Green, Glasgow!

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Glasgow Green Wee Forest

Greendyke Street

Saltmarket

Glasgow

G1 5DB

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Join Earthwatch for a community tree planting day in Glasgow Green, Glasgow!

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Earthwatch invites you to attend your local Wee Forest tree planting day.

A Wee (Tiny) Forest is a dense, fast-growing, native woodland about the size of a tennis court. These are not only an attractive location for wildlife, but for people as well, and can provide a range of benefits in the fight against climate change.

The planting day is free to attend and open to all ages. Please note there will be large machinery on site prior to planting day and any damaged grass will be reseeded.

All events will be managed in line with current Government COVID-19 guidelines to create a safe day for all. Hand sanitiser will be provided on site and please bring your own face mask as appropriate.

Please wear sturdy footwear and weather-suitable clothing that you don't mind getting muddy, and a pair of gloves if possible. Please also remember to bring your own water for the day, as refreshments will not be provided.

The exact location is here 55°51'10.7"N 4°14'46.2"W and it can be accessed via Saltmarket or Greendyke Street.

The nearest car parks are :

- NCP Glasgow King Street, King St, G1 5QT

- Free Parking, Florence Street, G5 0YX

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Glasgow Green Wee Forest

Greendyke Street

Saltmarket

Glasgow

G1 5DB

United Kingdom

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Earthwatch is an environmental charity with science at its heart.

We drive the change needed to live within our means and in balance with nature.

We do this by connecting people with the natural world, monitoring the health of our natural resources, and informing the actions that will have the greatest positive impact.

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