Coronavirus update – NEW INFORMATION
Our volunteer days have been running since August and we are very happy to be continuing them, even through this third lockdown.
We have some additional controls to help prevent any transmission of coronavirus, so please do read the information on our volunteering pages.
BOOKING IS ESSENTIAL BY PHONE
There is a limitation on numbers of volunteers at any one time.
We really want you to come and help us, especially at our tree nurseries.
For more information please visit our volunteering pages
We want to say a huge thank you for your continued support and interest in our work which, at times like these, is more important than ever.
A NEW VISION
Moor Trees is on a mission to restore our native woodland.
Please help us with our Coronavirus appeal today
Plant a tree and support the Moor Trees
Here at Moor Trees we have planted over 100,000 trees with the help of volunteers and generous donations and we are on a mission to keep going.
This last year, we have grown over 15,000 native broadleaf trees from seed in our nurseries and we are about to plant them to create semi-natural woodlands around Dartmoor and help combat climate change.
We cannot do this without your help. We are raising funds to help pay for the staff and materials needed to do this.
Our mission has always been to help combat climate change through nurturing nature.
Please donate now to help plant a tree a by clicking on the donate button to the right.
If you would like to make a regular donation please visit our Help Financially page.
Thank you from all the staff and volunteers at Moor Trees
2019 Volunteer Hours
Become a member today
For just £20 a year you can help us achieve our vision
HELP US on our mission
Fit4Change allows you to raise money just by being active and Give as you Live is a simple way to raise funds whilst you shop. Alternatively, you can donate money to Moor Trees via PayPal Giving.
Moor Trees relies on income from grants, membership, donations and fundraising. We are very fortunate to have had some amazing individuals and groups fundraise for us in the last 12 months.
Caring for the trees in our nurseries and planting them on site is physical work, a great way of getting fresh air and exercise. Often we are joined by whole families, keen to get involved in something together.
We grow trees from locally collected seed in our own nurseries, nurtured by lots of local volunteers, and then use them to recreate woodland that has become a rare sight in the countryside.