Landuse & Environmental News
10 April 2014

Scrub Habitat in the Upper Tay Valley

We have good examples in the upper Tay of a native woodland habitat that is resilient and self- perpetuating but which does not have many trees in it at all.
In the spring time, on...

 

Some 44 folk attended the twelfth AGM of Highland Perthshire Communities Land Trust(HPCLT) making the Kynachan Hall a very busy place on the afternoon of 22 March.
Chairman Bill Hoare outlined the Trust’s activities on Dun Coillich during the past year with footbridge...

 

The iconic Scots Pine is making a return to the lower slopes of Ben Lawers thanks to the combined efforts of the National Trust for Scotland, some local young naturalists and small group tour operator, Rabbie’s.
Local children from the Killin Green Team...

 

Forestry Commission Scotland (FCS) recently launched its Native Woodlands Survey of Scotland (NWSS) report. The document is a summary of a massive woodland survey of all the native woodlands in Scotland, over 300,000 hectares in total.
It started in 2006 after initial...

 
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