Thousands of free tree saplings are making their way to schools and community groups across Scotland.
The Woodland Trust is sending more than 500,000 from the Alba nursery outside Edinburgh.
Recipients include schools, scout and girlguiding groups, parks, the Community Growing Project in Macduff and Cruden Woodland Regeneration.
Saplings have also been sent to the northern isles with Orkney Alcohol Counselling and Advisory Service and Whalsay School eco group in Shetland among the groups benefiting.
John Tucker from the trust said: “People tell us they’re planting to encourage wildlife, to combat climate change, prevent flooding and improve health and wellbeing.”