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04 December 2018
Women encouraged to apply for hi-tech conservation opportunities
Forest Enterprise Scotland (FES) is getting behind a Scottish Government drive to attract more women into the technology and science sectors.
The move, which offers four hi-tech and science based placements, is part of a national effort to address the gender imbalance in the workplace,...
The West Highland District meeting looked at the riparian zone management and the careful mitigation against diffuse pollution.
The area has a very pleasant view across to Ben Cruachan!...
02 December 2018
Strategy aims to boost economic growth
A new ambitious forest industries strategy published today aims to double the sector’s economic growth to £2 billion a year by 2030.
Launched by the Scottish Forest and Timber Technologies Industry Leadership Group (ILG), the “Roots for Further Growth” strategy sets out a long-term vision for...
27 November 2018
Winning Prizes at The Houses of Parliament
Rob Coltman and David Pelly of Tilhill Forestry were both announced joint-third winners at Confor's Future of Forestry Writing event held on 20th November at the Houses of Parliament. The competition, sponsored by Tilhill Forestry, was designed to celebrate the contribution of young professionals...
19 November 2018
Great Expectations – Forestry Excellence Awards come to London and South East in 2019
Expectations are running high as the Royal Forestry Society (RFS) brings the Excellence in Forestry (EIF) Awards to the most densely populated region of England in 2019, London and the South East.
Awards coordinator Dr Rachel Thomas says:...
16 November 2018
Following 99 years since the Forestry Act was created the Committee on Climate Change release a new report detailing land use, reducing emmissions and preparing for climate change.
The report on how to improve land use to meet climate goals, details mitigation and adaptation objectives and discusses how land can be...