CDCH plants over a thousand trees

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We are taking part in an exciting project to reduce our carbon footprint and give something back to nature!

The animal’s welfare and environment are very important to us.
We are committed to continuously improving the centre and always look for opportunities to create an enriching and nourishing environment that is sustainable for our animals, and our team. 


In partnership with the Tree Council, a new project is underway to provide extra shade and natural wildlife habitats on the grounds of the CDCH rehoming centre.


Under the guidance of Ian Turner and Phil Paulo from the Tree Council, along with the help of fantastic volunteers, we planted 1080 willow cuttings, 127 hazel trees and 12 specimen trees.


This will create an enriching environment for the dogs in our care and help us do our bit for the planet.


The long-term benefits of this project will provide sufficient areas of shading for our staff and animals during the warmer months and extra drainage during periods of wet weather, thus improving the functionality of this amazing space. The variety of species planted will improve our site biodiversity and encourage an abundance of wildlife to enjoy a diverse habitat.

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