Integrating woodland on new entrant farms and crofts

Person by hillside - Lynbreck Webinar
Tuesday 22 September 2020 - 12:30 to 14:00



This interactive lunchtime webinar will be hosted by Lynbreck Croft, who will share their experiences of woodland expansion and tree planting, navigating grant systems and providing practical advice.  You will also hear from Lyn White, Scottish Forestry who will outline the grants options available to support woodland expansion on new entrant farms and crofts.  Finally, the webinar will feature a virtual tour of the Glensaugh Farm Agroforestry Project, plus the opportunity for experience-sharing and discussion between participants.  

Book your place on the webinar and join the mailing list by emailing: 

All welcome but places are limited to support group discussion - book your place now!

This virtual demo and webinar is supported by the EU-funded NEFERTITI project and the Scottish government's Agricultural Transformation for environment and Climate Change team.  The NEFERTITI project aims to support peer-to-peer learning and innovation uptake through on-farm or virtual farm demonstrations across European-wide agricultural networks.  The Webinar will be chaired by Dr Annie McKee, social researcher at the James Hutton Institute, a partner in the NEFERTITI project.  

Further information is available via the NEFERTITI website.