Tree Dedication and Plaque for a New Baby
Looking for a special gift for a new baby? Would you like something unusual and memorable?
Why not dedicate a tree at our Bank Woods Nature Reserve? It is a wonderful gift, and wonderful for nature. You can read why here. The Birch tree is symbolic of new beginnings, which we think is a wonderful way to celebrate a birth. The tree will grow with the baby, as a lasting reminder of your thoughtful gift. We will plant a young birch tree for you, and protect it with a stake and tree tube. We will place a plaque close to it, with your chosen wording. This special gift for a new baby is unique to Make it Wild!
If you would prefer a different British Native tree, please get in touch and we will do our best to help.
No transport, no postage, no waste, no plastic, no gift wrapping, no hassle! This tree will look beautiful in its natural location and will last for many years to come!
When you dedicate a tree as a special gift for a new baby at Make it Wild, you will receive a detailed map showing you the location of the tree.
When we receive your order, we will contact you by email with a draft of the Dedication Certificate which can be adapted to your own choice of words. We will also ask for the wording you would like on the tree plaque. We will email a map showing the location of the tree.
This Tree Dedication includes:
A young Birch tree, protected with tree stake and tube
This will be planted for you at Bank Woods, near Summerbridge, in Nidderdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
A map of the site, showing ‘your’ tree
A personalised certificate of dedication
A plaque with your own wording near the tree
The option of having your name on our ‘Sponsorship Board’ on our website, if you wish
An open invitation to see the tree you have dedicated during one of our events, due to commence 2019 – see website for dates
The satisfaction of contributing to the creation of precious habitat for the many species which rely on woodland
The joy of knowing you have planted a beautiful tree which will live for decades
The pride of ‘doing your bit’ to minimise the impact of climate change by planting a tree which will absorb carbon dioxide from the atmosphere
(please note you won’t ‘own’ the tree)