Forestry and woodlands
The idea for the trek – which is raising funds for Highlands-based rewilding charity Trees for Life – germinated three years ago while Michael was walking in the Scottish Highlands.
The Galloway Glens Landscape Partnership has launched its Autumn/Winter programme of events.
An ambitious 30-year landscape-scale rewilding initiative to link up a majestic sweep of the Scottish Highlands has been launched.
The Affric Highlands initiative follows three years of consultation between Rewilding Europe, Trees for Life, and other local partners and stakeholders.
Scottish Forestry's Community Fund is open for applications for projects which support people to use woods more.
Eligible applicants include community and voluntary groups, development trusts, social enterprises and charities.
Following the ending of the approval to use Asulam for bracken control on 31 December 2012, temporary annual arrangements have been put in place to allow the use of Asulam to continue.
You have just over 2 weeks left to submit a nomination for Scottish Land & Estates Helping it Happen Awards 2021!
The Scotland-wide Helping It Happen Awards, which are once again sponsored by GLM, recognise the role of estates, farms and rural businesses who are helping rural Scotland thrive.
Help shape the contents of the next Cairngorms National Park Partnership Plan.