Buildings of the forest - updates

See the main buildings of the forest page for more information on this aspect of the Reforesting Scotland vision.

Annual Gathering 2015 – Assynt

Our Gathering in 2015 was in the dramatic north west area of  Assynt at Glencanisp Lodge near Lochinver. The area has more forestry and community projects than you can shake a stick at and we joined with the key players

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2015 Buildings Tour

Finishing the passivhaus at Culbokie, May 2013

The Buildings Tour is an optional extra to Reforesting Scotland’s Annual Gatherings, en route to the venue. This year’s tour was led by RS founder Bernard Planterose, who now works as an architect and builder. The tour began at Bernard’s

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2013 Buildings Tour

This is an optional extra for anyone who can join us during the day on Friday 4th of October. Led by architect, Robin Baker we’ll be looking at exciting and innovative use of timber in buildings in the area. This is

A Thousand Huts – Reforesting Scotland’s campaign to promote hutting culture

A Thousand Huts is a Reforesting Scotland campaign centred around the idea of the hut as a place, an experience, an endeavour, an ideal for all to enjoy. In contrast to many other European countries, Scotland has a modest historic

Reforesting Scotland Journal 45

Spring/Summer 2012: Co-operative living – a low impact choice? Forty years at Laurieston Hall Acorn, a new crofting co-op for Argyll A simple woodland life at Tinker’s Bubble Together on the land at Talamh Thousand Huts campaign report and news

Reforesting Scotland Journal 43

Cover of Reforesting Scotland Journal issue 43

Spring/Summer 2011: Woodland shelter First shoots: Scotland’s missing huts From one to a thousand – a personal perspective Hut life – the stories of three communities – Carbeth, Lunga and Soonhope from the perspective of a hutter, a landowner and