Woodland Creation for Biodiversity: What to consider? Practical examples


  • February 24 2022
    7:00pm - 8:00pm
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Woodland creation for biodiversity covering site selection, key species, integration of open habitat and creation of future habitat

About this event

Come along and hear from Colin Edwards, Environment Policy Advisor, Scottish Forestry, on how to create woodland to meet your biodiversity objectives. We will be looking at basic principles of site selection, key species to plant, integration of open habitat and creation of future habitat to maximise your biodiversity benefits. Hear and discuss with our land managers their practical experiences of creating woodland for biodiversity. Our hosts for the night Andrew Barbour, Mains of Fincastle, Pitlochry and Richard Lockett, Knockbain, Dingwall. We will also have a representative from Woodland Trust. Come along to hear from our speakers and ask your questions.

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