Posts Tagged: scottish woodlands

Deer fence: monitoring vegetational change

A deer fence has gone up around and within Ferry Wood. For most of its length it follows the wood boundary, separating it from the surrounding pasture, but for a few hundred metres it runs through the wood itself. The

Deer fence: monitoring vegetational change

A deer fence has gone up around and within Ferry Wood. For most of its length it follows the wood boundary, separating it from the surrounding pasture, but for a few hundred metres it runs through the wood itself. The

Community woodlands for West Argyll and the islands

For the past few months I have been facilitating meetings in Tarbert and Campbeltown (situated at either end of the Kintyre peninsular) to explore the setting up of community woodlands. In Scotland, under the National Forest Land scheme, the Forestry

Community woodlands for West Argyll and the islands

For the past few months I have been facilitating meetings in Tarbert and Campbeltown (situated at either end of the Kintyre peninsular) to explore the setting up of community woodlands. In Scotland, under the National Forest Land scheme, the Forestry