Ulmus Londinium – An Elm Project for London

Project Category: Registered charityProject Tags: Education and Gardens

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    It is estimated that this country lost over 20 million Elm trees as a result of Dutch Elm Disease and many of these trees were in London. Ulmus Londinium – An Elm Project for London is a major installation, featuring the heritage of elm trees, providing an opportunity to promote and share in the reintroduction of the elm trees into many of London’s communities

    We are very excited to be chosen for an Earthkeepers Grant which will enable us to realise our event for Ulmus Londinium – An Elm Project for London. The little saplings for the Elm give-away will be readily prepped for the Autumn, which is the optimum time for planting an Elm. The initial concept design has been done, we now need to develop the structure and the fine details. This involves sourcing materials that would be both suitable for the main structure and have as little environmental impact as possible.

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