Category Archives: StarTree

Coppice network study report

Scottish Coppice Network During the Scottish Crannog Centre‘s ‘Regenerating Hazel Coppice‘ conference in April 2013, delegates suggested that there should be a network of some kind for people involved in coppicing in Scotland. Reforesting Scotland followed this up by producing

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First StarTree Regional stakeholder group meeting

On 13 November 2013 11 people met to hear about the StarTree project and to discuss how it could support non-wood forest product (NWFP) development in Scotland. Between them they represented a wide range of interests in forestry and the

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StarTree NWFP survey

Blaeberry photo from via Wikimedia Commons

The StarTree project is starting with an ambitious, broad survey, gathering data for non-wood forest products (NWFPs) on: silviculture & land management; existing market, economics and supply (including informal foraging); issues of legislation, policy, funding & culture; and the factors

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StarTree stakeholder group

Photo of ground-covering forest moss, sourced from Wikimedia Commons

StarTree stakeholder group October 3, 2013: Forming a StarTree regional stakeholder group for Scotland One of the things Reforesting Scotland has been asked to do as part of delivering the StarTree project in Scotland is to invite a small number of people to

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StarTree in Latvia

Reforesting Scotland Journal issue 48 contains our latest news from the StarTree project, an account of the StarTree study tour of forest businesses in Latvia. The photo shows a bottle of sparkling birch juice from Dabas Dobe. Email *protected email*

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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.

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