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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

Truffle hunt in Catalonia

Truffle hound ready for action during the STAR TREE study trip to Catalonia

Reforesting Scotland Journal issue 47 contains an update on RS’s new StarTree project, including a study tour to the truffle plantations of Catalonia. Click here to download the StarTree article. Email *protected email* to find out more.

Reforesting Scotland Journal 47

Spring/Summer 2013: ‘Coping with catastrophe’ The theme for this issue highlights the Great Storm of 2012 and the spread of diseases like Chalara fraxinea (ash die-back), but also celebrates the creative responses of communities and individuals to those disasters. Buy

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Speyside – 2012 Annual Gathering

Reforesting Scotland Journal 46

Autumn/Winter 2012: ‘The living forest’ The theme for this issue ties in with the annual Reforesting Scotland Gathering in Strathspey in early October 2012. Buy this issue now for £5.00 including postage. Articles include: Forest life in Abernethy In conversation…

Edinburgh launch for Handbook of Scotland’s Wild Harvests

Fi Martynoga at the Edinburgh launch of the Handbook of Scotland's Wild Harvests

The Edinburgh launch of the Handbook of Scotland’s Wild Harvests was held at Blackwells bookshop. Editor Fi Martynoga came prepared – see photo! There are more links to Handbook news on the publisher’s website.

Book launch at Big Tent

The Handbook of Scotland’s Wild Harvests, our new joint venture with the Scottish Wild Harvests Association, was launched in style this weekend by SWHA members at the Big Tent festival in Falkland, with wild food cookery demonstrations all weekend and

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 44

Autumn/Winter 2011-12: Reforestation, regeneration and renewal First Shoots: regeneration, renewal and reforestation by Alan Carter Renewing the Kelvin Valley Aspen apothecary – using aspen for remediation Greening the Central Belt Revitalising a neighbourhood in Aberdeen To tree or not to