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Achieving Diversity in Scotland’s Forest Landscapes

Helping to make Scotland’s forests better able to meet the business and environmental challenges of the future is the aim behind a new Forestry Commission Scotland publication, ‘Achieving diversity in Scotland’s forest landscapes’

Aimed at the owners and managers of conifer woodlands, the Practice Guide offers advice, ideas and case studies that relate to the decisions which managers need to make when they are preparing a Forest Plan. The advice is also intended to be useful to those developing their plans for new forests and woodlands.

The guidance comes in two parts.  Part 1 offers practical advice and ideas – illustrated with case studies – on making the best use of diversity in forest management while preparing a Forest Plan. Part 2 offers illustrated examples of how the advice might come together in four different forest landscapes.  Read more...

 

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