Reforesting Scotland student bursary

Reforesting Scotland are offering students a small bursary to encourage dissertations  to be undertaken on the theme of ecological restoration. The grant, of around £200, is to help with costs such as transport, materials and living costs involved in undertaking

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Crowdfunder opened for new book on Rewilding

In partnership with Trees for Life we are supporting the publication of a new book, SCOTLAND: A Rewilding Journey. This book is a rally cry to bring about action for a wilder Scotland, where forests abundant with life are regenerating,

Action: New beaver consultation

Soon, the legislation allowing beavers to remain in Scotland will be debated in the Edinburgh Parliament. Before that can happen, the Scottish Government is obliged to issue a report and hold a public consultation on the conclusions of that report. The

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Booking now open for RS Gathering 2017: Rewilding

Booking is now open for the 2017 Reforesting Scotland Gathering, with a discount for early birds. The Gathering will take place from Friday 13th October to Sunday 15th October 2017. The venue is Comrie Croft and the theme of the

EVENT: Scottish Woodland History Conference

The Native Woodland Discussion Group is hosting a conference on Scottish woodland history on Friday the 18th of November at the SNH headquarters in Battleby, Perthshire. Details can be found at  or on Facebook at This post was

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EVENT: Getting Value from Local Woods

11 November 2016 Organised by the Forest Policy Group which is supported by Reforesting Scotland. Details here.

Venue announced for Reforesting Scotland Gathering 2017

Save the date in your diaries. The 2017 RS Gathering will take place from Friday 13th October to Sunday 15th October 2017. The venue is Comrie Croft and the theme of the Gathering and of the Reforesting Scotland Journal no.

Phytophthora detected in Eastern Scotland

Forestry Commission Scotland’s annual early summer tree health aerial surveys have detected new outbreaks of ramorum blight at 24 sites across Scotland.  Although the majority of new findings are near sites of previously known infections, seven sites are in Angus

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Ancient woodland restoration workshop

An event organised by the Woodland Trust Scotland 10:00 – 16:00, Tuesday 7 June 2016 Braemar, Deeside The Woodland Trust Scotland, in association with Mar Estate, RDI Associates Ltd and the Cairngorms National Park Authority invite you to an information