Making Woodland Work for You: Creation, management and funding on Scotland’s west coast
Making Woodland Work for You
Creation, management and funding on Scotland’s west coast
Tuesday 11 August, 2–3.30pm
Online discussion, hosted by Robin and Sam Sedgwick from Crannich Farm, Isle of Mull
Event exploring woodland creation and management in the environment of the west coast
- Virtual visit to Crannich Farm on Mull, where Sam and Robin Sedgwick have been planting and managing trees for 17 years for wood fuel and shelter, as well as to increase farm wildlife and improve soil health
- Video demonstrations of mechanical tree planting
- Q&A with Sam and Robin
- Advice on grant funding, tree species, planning and management from Scottish Forestry and the Woodland Trust
- A chance to discuss your ideas and questions with other west coast farmers, crofters and land managers
Free of charge to crofters, farmers, woodland managers and land managers in Scotland.
For more information contact Ana by email or on 0793 082 4983
or Jane by email or on 0131 370 8150
Run by Soil Association Scotland with funding from the SRDP Knowledge Transfer and Innovation Fund (Scottish Government/European Union), with partner funding from Scottish Forestry, Scottish Water, RSPB Scotland, Innovative Farmers and The Prince of Wales’s Charitable Foundation.