Location results

Montgreenan covers 15.2ha within East Ayrshire lowlands, a small site making a big impact.


trees planted, creating vital habitat for wildlife


plant species recorded


land being carefully managed to enhance wildlife and remove carbon from the atmosphere

Location overview

Woodland Creation

By focusing on native species, we ensure that the ecosystem remains balanced and resilient, while also contributing to the reduction of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. This ambitious endeavor will not only enhance the natural beauty of the area but also play a crucial role in combating climate change and preserving our environment for future generations.


Montgreenan offers a wealth of opportunities to serve as an outdoor classroom for people of all ages and backgrounds. Our team are currently in the process of planning and developing a safe pathway within the site, so that visitors can enjoy the developing woodland and its wildlife. Our aim is for students and volunteers to explore and learn about the diverse range of plant and animal life that Montgreenan has to offer.

Nature Restoration

Montgreenan is home to a wide variety of wildlife and its native broadleaf trees provide places for birdlife like wrens, chaffinches and even snipe. Wild angelica, Knapweeds and Greater bird’s-foot trefoils add much colour around the trees as well as flowers for pollinators. We will monitor the wildlife at Montgreenan over the coming years.

Restore Today, Flourish Tomorrow

At Montgreenan, we will plant native broadleaf trees and create wet and other woodland habitat. We will enhance nature on the site through woodland creation and wetland enhancement. Our projects aim to engage and benefit local communities whilst preserving the environment.

Location data

This page is being maintained with all of the documents and the surveys carried out at Montgreenan.

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