Logging on

The 'Logging On' column appeared in the journal for many years until issue 47. It is now on the web where, rather than introduce web sites not referred to in the journal, it gives you the opportunity to click on electronic references made by our authors, without having to type them in yourself. You can also link to the publishers’ sites for the books we review.

Logging on to Reforesting Scotland Issue 53, Spring/Summer 2016

lssue 53 looks at Well-being, with articles on well-being and rural living, mental health and woodlands, huts and well-being, and wonderful rehabilitation work being done by groups including Abriachan Forest Trust and Borders Forest Trust.   Editorial p5 www.equalitytrust.org.uk/scale-economic-inequality-uk www.globalgoals.org

Logging On to Reforesting Scotland Issue 52, Autumn/Winter 2015

Our 52nd issue explored the subject of “Grazers” Editorial p5 http://www.rewildingeurope.com/news/new-publication-sharing-practices-on-natural-grazing-in-europe www.parliament.scot/ResearchBriefingsAndFactsheets/S4/SB_13-74.pdf http://rsgs.org/dickbalharrysvisionforlanduseinscotland www.walkhighlands.co.uk/news/time-to-end-the-selfish-greed-of-the-victorian-era/0012881 Feature articles include: An oasis in a desert of sheep p9 Fuggo and Geoff King www.woodlandtreasures.co.uk www.wwoof.org.uk www.permanentpublications.co.uk Assessing the impact of deer on woodlands: a

Logging on to Reforesting Scotland Issue 51, Spring/Summer 2015

Reforesting Scotland Issue 51, Spring/Summer 2015 This issue took as its theme “Stories from the West” Feature articles included: A Tribute to Godfrey Smith p6 http://www.spring-fling.co.uk/news/farewell-godfrey-smith / www.afghanschools.org   Atlantic woodlands p8 Richard Thompson https://sites.google.com/site/atlantichazelgroup/home Sandy Coppins   GalGael and

Logging on to Reforesting Scotland Issue 50, Autumn/Winter 2014

  Reforesting Scotland Issue 50, Autumn/Winter 2014 Our 50th issue took the theme “Restoring the Land and the People” Editorial p5 www.monbiot.com/2014/07/22/a-one-way-street-to-oblivion   Feature articles include: From wet desert to woodland economy p8 Bernard Planterose www.northwoodsdesign.org   A native woodland

Logging on to Reforesting Scotland Issue 49, Spring/Summer 2014

Reforesting Scotland Issue 49, Spring/Summer 2014 This issue took as its theme “Small is possible” Feature articles include: Small is possible p9 http://scottishforestgarden.wordpress.com Alan Carter Letter from a Forest Garden p11 www.suttonelms.org.uk/worcesterberry.html www.grahambell.org Graham Bell Woodland Crofts p13 References 1.