Each winter native trees are planted on the Nature Reserve and, as always, help is always greatly appreciated!
There have been many successful planting seasons, with as many as 900 trees planted per season, to help create areas of new woodland on the Reserve.
We've selected around 25 different species of native trees, in order to maximise the variety of plants and attract a wide range of wildlife onto the site.
Groups from St.Ives Infants School, Nancledra School, High Tides Nursery and Duchy College have assisted with this substantial task, along with a good number of volunteers from the local area.
Inspections have found that almost all of the trees have become established and are growing well.