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Journal 61 – Climate Change

Welcome to the Spring 2020 issue of Reforesting Scotland, which looks at Climate Change. As we completed this issue, the nation entered week 3 of coronavirus lockdown and we have no idea when it will be able to be physically printed. As a result, we have decided to make a digital version available free to everyone in the meantime.

Reforesting Scotland Journal 60

Autumn/winter issue 2019: Appropriate Technology ContentNinian Stuart: Loving the land in turbulent timesRichard Thompson: Natural forest reservesJudy Wilkinson & Emily Chappell: Urban huttingIvor Davies: Teaching timberDan Ridley-Ellis: Adding value through timber gradingAlternative toiletsSteffi Shaffler: Horse loggingFi Martynoga: Dalefoot compostsRob Brodie: Scything RegularsLetters pageWoodland report: Croft Woodland conferenceArtists in Wool: Grace Read more…

Reforesting Scotland Journal 56: Wild Again

Autumn/winter 2017 issue The Reforesting Scotland Journal is free to members. The theme of the Autumn 2017 issue of Reforesting Scotland is ‘Wild again!’ and we take a look at ecological restoration and reintroductions. Buy now for £5.00 including postage. [wp_cart_button name=”Journal 56: Wild again” price=”5.00″] [show_wp_shopping_cart] Articles include: ‘Tree Read more…

Reforesting Scotland Journal 54

Autumn/Winter 2016: ‘Upstream, downstream’ The Reforesting Scotland Journal is free to members – you can purchase membership from our shop, where you can also buy copies of the journal. The theme of this issue of Reforesting Scotland is ‘Upstream, downstream’ and we take a look at the downstream impacts of Read more…

Reforesting Scotland Journal 53

Spring/Summer 2016 – Woods and Wellbeing The Reforesting Scotland Journal is free to members. This issue of Reforesting Scotland looks at ‘Woods and well-being’. The many and obvious benefits of woodland extend from the wider ecosystem, where soils are built and flooding managed, and into our very souls. This issue Read more…