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Tree planting on Eilean Mór MacCormick

Hard at work planting trees on the island.

IT WAS a busy Easter weekend on a trustowned island at the mouth of Loch Sween. Volunteers and friends of the Eilean Mór MacCormick Trust carried out tree planting over the Easter period by agreement with Historic Environment Scotland. The island has scheduled ancient monuments which are considered to be of national importance, with other areas where trees should not be planted in case the roots could damage as yet undiscovered artefacts. Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) also took a keen interest in the work, as the island is part of the Ulva, Danna and the McCormaig Isles Sites of Special Scientific Interest.

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