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Journal 62 – Working with the wild

Welcome to the Autumn 2020 issue of Reforesting Scotland, our 62nd issue, with the theme of ‘Working with the wild’. Theme articles include; ‘Conservation conflicts’ by Dr Isla Hodgson Alison Hutton from the Langholm Initiative, the south of Scotland’s largest community buyout attempt 21st century deer stalking by Megan Rowland Read more…

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 [wp_cart_button name=”Journal 60 Appropriate Technology” price=”5.00″] Contents Ninian 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 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 55

Spring/Summer 2017: Wild Harvests The Reforesting Scotland Journal is free to members. The theme of this issue of Reforesting Scotland is ‘Wild Harvests’ and we take a look at a range of wild harvests, including forest microbes and materials for tanning hides, as well as various aspects of foraging and Read more…

Reforesting Scotland Journal 54

Autumn/Winter 2016: ‘Upstream, downstream’ The Reforesting Scotland Journal is free to members. The theme of this issue of Reforesting Scotland is ‘Upstream, downstream’ and we take a look at the downstream impacts of upland management. Articles look at flooding, farming, driven grouse shooting and the montane scrub habitat. Some regular 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…