Golden eagles breeding At Rewilding estate

By Chieftain Trees
August 17, 2020

Golden eagles have bred at a rewilding estate in the Scottish Highlands for the first time in 40 years.
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The Fundamentals of Macro Photography


Macroscopic photography offers photographers a unique view of the world to explore with an unlimited amount of colour, texture and physical architecture. Macro photography is a magnified photography, which is used to produce an image which is...
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Sustainability. What it is and how to live an eco friendly life

By Chieftain Trees
June 21, 2020

It’s very easy to say, “from now on I'm going to live a sustainable and eco-friendly lifestyle.” The reality however, is that it's actually quite challenging. Like a lot of things in life, it's the challenges that are worth pursuing and the...
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How rewilding with jaguars helped an economy

By Chieftain Trees
June 19, 2020

In the lush wetlands of the Brazilian Pantanal, dedicated wildlife tours take nature lovers into a dense jungle habitat in the hopes of catching sight of one of the world's most mysterious big cats: the Jaguar. While Panthera onca still survives...
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Chieftaintrees Photography Plan - Images to Oaks


Our goal for the next year is to have one funded wilding project underway. As we grow we will be creating physical products like tree growing kits and seed bombs to generate this revenue and also to empower people to create positive change...
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Trinity college convert urban space to wild-flower meadow, you can too

By Chieftain Trees
May 03, 2020

Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland have opted to transform their front lawns into a wildflower meadow based on a recent vote. 90 per cent of nearly 14,000 respondents were in favour of boosting biodiversity through this initiative.   
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Demand different: Support eco friendly products and a local, sustainable economy

By Chieftain Trees
May 02, 2020

Modern economies have become increasingly centralised in cities and dependent on other parts of the globe to meet their needs. In recent weeks and months it's becoming more evident that dependencies on a distributed global supply chain are not a...
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A call to makers, growers and providers


The impact of Covid-19 is that many are out of work and struggling to get by. According to the Central Bank of Ireland unemployment rates may reach 25% by the summer of 2020. 
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How to solve sustainability challenges. Biomimicry and design thinking

By Ben
February 27, 2020

The natural world is something that never ceases to amaze me. In the history of humanity, we are living in a period of accelerated technological advancement and discovery. Yet it seems that the most advanced technologies already exist, and have...
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My favourite Tree walk in ireland


Ireland has no shortage of beautiful landscapes to admire. Unfortunately the 10.5% forest coverage leaves us lacking in forests to enjoy. On a positive note, that's the highest level of coverage we've had in 350 years and we aim to continue this...
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