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Reforesting Scotland Journal 61

Spring/summer issue 2020: 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.

At the bottom of this page there is an online version of the whole Journal. Articles consider which species of trees and where to plant them, woodland and soil carbon, the National Ecological Network and more. There’s a welcome return from Buildings of the Forest, which looks at David Blair’s latest roundhouse. Letter from… considers silvopastoralism in Spain and Artists in Wood features the riven-oak furniture of Adrian McCurdy. Plus news, book reviews and the Last Word on forest plastics.

Contents
Jim Knight – A forest for the future
Ian Edwards – The only constant in life is change
Andy McMullen – Woodland functions
Mike Perks – Soil carbon and forest management
Lesley Morrison – Extinction Rebellion
Dilraj Sokhi Watson – The National Ecological Network
Willie McGhee – Planting on peaty soils
Stuart Adair – Genetic variation
Obituary – Robert Chalmers

Regulars
News
Deer report: Mike Daniels on deer management
Buildings of the Forest: solid timber roundhouse
Letter from… Spain: silvipastoralism
Artists in Wood: Adrian McCurdy
Food from the forest: spruce and pine shoots
Woodland report: forest bathing
Book reviews
Last word: Seas of plastic

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