The Scottish Forestry Community Fund is open for 2021/22. The Fund supports groups and organisations that encourage people to use woods more. Eligible activities include schemes that promote physical activity such as walking, safe routes to school, natural play and adventure play.
This 2 hour course offered by John Muir Trust and Outdoor and Woodland Learning Scotland will run from 4pm - 6pm. It will introduce and explore what is meant by ‘STEM By Nature’ and how Trees, Woods and Forests can offer a rich source of information, resources and activities in [...]
The Tree Pest and Disease Information Series has user friendly information about 8 key pest and disease threats to Scottish trees, produced to mark International Year of Plant Health. They can be used in schools or with children and young people in other settings to raise awareness about tree health.
Environmental community groups, schools and nature enthusiasts can join this Scotland-wide survey to find out more about deadwood in Scotland. Scottish Forestry is working with TCV Scotland to promote this survey which will record details of deadwood across the country and its associated wildlife. The survey has been developed by [...]
Scottish Forestry has developed a Forest Kindergarten programme (SQA level 7) which enables participants to set up regular Forest Kindergarten sessions in a nearby woodland area and embed Forest Kindergarten in their Pre-Birth to Three, and Curriculum for Excellence practice. This is available to book from Family and Community development [...]