Over the years Reforesting Scotland has been involved with many publications. Here we’ll give you a flavour of our current books, journals and papers. More information on each in the menu.
The Reforesting Scotland Journal
If you’re looking for a lively magazine covering a wide range of issues around sustainability and forest culture, the Reforesting Scotland journal is for you. Published twice a year, in full colour, for 20 years it has ranked among the UK’s best ecological publications.
It is sent bi-annually to members, and available online. Read more about it, including advertising and stocking it, below;
The Radical Rowan Newsletter
The Radical Rowan is the Reforesting Scotland newsletter, produced by and for Reforesting Scotland members. It comes out twice a year, in January and June, between the two issues of the Reforesting Scotland journal. Rowan carries news from the directors and the office, updates on our projects and any news that members give us. So if you would like to tell the RS community about a project you are involved in, send 150 words and a picture in December or in May to .
Books & Other Media
We have been involved, directly and indirectly in a number of books over the years. More information on these and to buy them dorectly from us, visit the shop.
Norway and Scotland – A Study in Land Use
Reforesting Scotland’s 1993 Norway Study Tour played a key role in showing what could be possible in Scotland. Southern Norway has a different land ownership pattern and history to Scotland but a similar climate and landscape.
We have some physical display setups that can be borrowed for events.
Forest Gardening Display
The Forest Gardening display was created by Alan Carter, a Reforesting Scotland director and author of Of Plums and Pignuts. The core of the display consists of 9 A3 laminated posters full of information and attractive images.
The Reforesting Scotland Exhibition Display
Reforesting Scotland has display materials that can be used for events, exhibitions, etc.
Here are some publications hosted or referenced by Reforesting Scotland.