Reforesting Scotland’s current and recent projects are:
Reforesting Scotland is supporting the Woodland Trust’s campaign for a Charter for Trees, Woods and People.
During the Scottish Crannog Centre’s ‘Regenerating Hazel Coppice‘ conference in April 2013, delegates suggested that there should be a network of some kind for people involved in coppicing in Scotland. Reforesting Scotland followed this up by producing the 2014 Coppice Network Study Report funded by Forestry Commission Scotland. We are now exploring the idea further in partnership with the Crannog Centre, the Scottish Wild Harvests Association and other interested parties. There is now a Scottish Coppice Network Facebook Group that you can join.
Over the years Reforesting Scotland has run a wide range of projects. These can be found as archive material in the Projects and Past projects sections of the old Reforesting Scotland website. Among them you will find some useful outputs, some ideas which may well bubble up as current projects again, and some of the history behind organisations such as the Community Woodlands Association, the Scottish Wild Harvests Association, and the Blarbuie Woodland Enterprise.