Reforesting Scotland is a membership organisation encouraging free & open debate on a wide range of forest & land issues.
Our vision is for Scotland to have a well-forested and productive landscape, as well as a culture which values the contribution that trees and woods bring to our lives.
Through projects, events, books, media, & research, we aim to open up the land-use conversation in Scotland.
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This project aims to bring together Scottish hill and mountain users to help us locate trees from a forgotten habitat that we want to restore in our hills.
An informal group promoting coppicing and coppice products in Scotland, sharing experiences and reviving this forgotten management method.
The project aims to build and manage a woodland hut in Fife, available for short stays to those in need of respite due to health or other problems.
Reforesting Scotland’s campaign for A Thousand Huts believes that a culture of recreational hut use could benefit people in Scotland greatly.
We offer students a small bursary to encourage dissertations to be undertaken on the theme of ecological restoration..
We are offering grants towards small tree planting schemes in Scotland for members.
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