Eadha Enterprises are working with Parklea Branching Out and Rig Arts to develop environmental projects in Woodhall Park, Port Glasgow for River Clyde Homes as part of a wider neighbourhood regeneration initiative.
Aspen trees are being planted and other environmental education activities delivered to local primary school children as part of their John Muir Award.
Aspen is a locally threatened species and is listed on Inverclyde Council's Biodiversity Action Plan.
Parklea Branching Out who are involved in management work at the park are one of Eadha's partner aspen nurseries, growing on stock for local projects.
- St Michael's Primary School - 26th November 2013
- Parklea Branching Out -12th November 2013