Making woodlands pay in South West Scotland

Location: Drumlanrig Mains, Queensberry Estate, Thornhill DG3 4AG

Meeting courtesy of Queensberry Estate

Date: Thursday 21st September 2017
Time: 10:00hrs to 15:30hrs

Tea/coffee available on arrival 09:45hrs -10:00hrs

Meet at Drumlanrig Castle car park

Delegate numbers are limited so please contact SAC Dumfries Office on 01387 261 172,
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catering requirements as a light lunch will be served.

Please bring suitable outdoor clothing and wellington boots.

What’s the Meeting About?
As well as helping to reduce the impacts of climate change and providing timber for industry, our forests enhance and protect the environment and provide opportunities for public enjoyment.

This meeting aims to provide farmers, estate managers and foresters with an outline of the key processes involved in the creation, management and harvesting of woodland.

The event is aimed at farmers, estate managers and foresters who are interested to find out more about what’s involved in establishing new areas of woodland and what level of financial support is available for doing so.

For more details please click on the flyer below.



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