The White Wood is described as a "living monument to peace", and over the next 300 years will see a collection of oak trees manifest in a space created by Caroline Wendling and Huntly locals, with German oak trees, stones from France and over 1500 examples of native Scottish flora.
Inspired by pacifist Joseph Beuys and his film, 7000 Oaks, the project aims to promote ideals of sustainability, as well as creating an exhibition of art and community spirit.
From May 26, Huntly will become a centre of discussion, before the wood itself is declared open by Alex Salmond MP on May 28.
Thurs 26 May 7pm: Ex-Servicemen's Club, Huntly
Guest speaker Professor Tim Ingold presents The Sustainability of Everything, followed by a screening of 7000 Oaks and a Q&A.
Fri 27 May 9am-7pm: Stewarts Hall, Huntly
A day of discussion with guest speakers and the Peacemakers' Ceilidh featuring the Strathspey Fiddlers from 7pm at the Gordon Arms Hotel.
White Wood Opening Ceremony and Gala Sat 28 May 10am: Meet Huntly Square (or 11am: White Wood, Bin Forest)
Official opening ceremony of The White Wood by Alex Salmond, MP.