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Rural leaders come together for Future of Forestry

 
Senior Policy Officer, Anne Gray, joined major players from rural Scotland for a dinner to discuss the Future of Forestry on Wednesday evening.  Organised by ConFor and RSPB and hosted by Turcan Connell, the dinner was a chance to hear a range of views from across the rural sector, including the thoughts of Cabinet Secretary, Fergus Ewing, Conservative and Labour Rural Economy representatives Peter Chapman and Rhoda Grant.  The discussion was well-rounded and largely consensual.   
 
 

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