Spring/summer issue 2018

The Reforesting Scotland Journal is free to members.

The theme of the Spring 2018 issue of Reforesting Scotland is ‘A Place to be’ and we take a look at huts, crofts and bothies, the Ulva buyout, and also belonging, story and place.

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Articles include:

Donald McPhillimy: Future of hutting
Ninian Stuart: Simple shelters
Karen Grant: Great progress for huts; Affordable huts; Hutter’s Reading List
Fi Martynoga: Carbeth interview
Alette Willis: Story and Place
Amy Clarkson: Belonging
Colin Morrison: Ulva buyout
Jamie McIntyre: Woodland crofts
Viv Halcrow: Croft woodlands
Denis Mollison: Shelter in wild and lonely places; Mairi MacFadyen: Bothy Culture and beyond

Artists in Wood: Nick Sneller

Food from the Forest: Nettle seed

Woodland report: Upland native woodland restoration

Right to reply: Duncan Halley

My Favourite Stove: Clearview Pioneer 400

Book Reviews:
A fieldworker’s guide to the golden eagle by Dave Walker;
If women rose rooted: the journey to authenticity and belonging by Sharon Blackie;
Shades of green: an environmental and cultural history of Sitka spruce by Ruth Tittensor;
The Nature of Manor: natural history of a valley in south-east Scotland by Graham Pyatt.

Last Word: Poetry by Gerry Loose and Mandy Haggith