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19 September 2019
Rural Affairs Minister, Mairi Gougeon has called on more forestry businesses to follow Forestry and Land Scotland’s lead and do more to encourage young women into STEM related roles in the sector.
Ms Gougeon urged the industry to tap into a latent pool of talent after hearing of the experience of...
18 September 2019
Welsh Water launches free and confidential pesticide disposal scheme to protect drinking water quality
Free pesticide disposal scheme for farmers, growers and land managers across Wales
Confidential scheme by Welsh Water safeguards drinking water quality before water reaches treatment works
Registration open until 30th September 2019 with participation on first come, first served...
13 September 2019
A solitary and ancient elm tree – the only one of its kind in Glen Affric – has been nominated for this year’s Tree of the Year.
The elm, the size of whose trunk suggests that it is over 300 years old, has stood, long-forgotten until a recent site visit in...
06 September 2019
The first white-tailed eagles to be reintroduced to England have been released on the Isle of Wight. The six young birds, the first to be returned to southern England for 240 years, are part of a five-year programme to restore this lost species led by Forestry England and the Roy...
05 September 2019
Rural Economy Secretary, Fergus Ewing, today (Thursday 5 Sept) announced the formation of a stakeholder reference group to advise on an implementation plan for Scotland’s Forestry Strategy.
The group, consisting of a range of forestry interests, draws on expertise in the economic, environmental and social drivers and benefits identified in the...