New Caledonian Woodlands exists to enhance the natural environment, inspire positive environmental behaviour change and improve mental and physical well-being. We do this via a range of environmental projects with a focus on hands-on conservation activity. Follow the links on this page to learn how you can get involved.
Our projects are friendly, informative, thought provoking and fun!
Our Coordinator and Founder, Andy Ross has been selected from 181 applications to be in the final for this year's School for Social Entrepreneurs Social Enterprise of the Year Award. Andy is amongst five finalists who are in with the chance of winning the UK-wide £10,000 prize and we need YOUR vote to achieve this. Please share two minutes with us by …
New (nue). Something fresh and exciting, recently brought into being, fit for the current age.
Caledonian (ka-lay-doan-e-an). Pertaining to the ancient name for Scotland, with associations of pinewoods, beautiful scenery, a proud history and an enterprising spirit with which to meet a challenge.
Woodlands (wud-lands). Small to very large groups of trees, shrubs, plants and animals interacting in a rich ecosystem. Places of beauty in their own right and capable of providing multiple benefits for society if managed sustainably – a metaphor for our global ecosystem.
Lloyds Banking Group Scale Up Programme Finalist 2014.
Social Enterprise of the Year Award nominee 2012.
Level 2 Millennium Awards - winner 2009.
Cares Programme Community Partner of the Year Award 2007.
Business Plan Award – highly commended 2007.
New Caledonian Woodlands is a charity registered in Scotland, number SC043960. New Caledonian Woodlands, The Old Paperweight Factory, Muthill Road, Crieff, PH7 4HQ.