Useful information and help from other sources
Are you in the Cairngorms? Get extra help and funding. The Cairngorms National Park Woodland Challenge Fund is designed to help reduce the costs of preparing an application to Scottish Forestry's Grant Scheme
If you are based in Central Scotland Scottish Forestry are offering a number of FREE Farm Woodland Assessments are available, to help farms and estates identify opportunities for new woodland planting to support their businesses. The free, no obligation, assessments identify new areas for woodland planting. As well as detailing available grant options and other potential additional funding avenues, they explore predicted expenditure and cash flow through the Forestry Grants Scheme until the woodland is established. For further information contact email@example.com
- Scottish Forestry is working with the Scottish Tenant Farmers Association to demonstrate how tree planting can benefit all farm businesses. As part of this work, they have published a new woodland creation case study, based around a tenanted farm. The study aims to encourage more tenancy based businesses to consider growing trees.
- The Woodland Trust Scotland offers advice and support for those considering farm woodlands
- Scotlands Farm Advisory Service (FAS) provides a range of Farm Woodland resources for farmers
- Future Woodlands Fund - Future Woodlands Scotland funding to help create and restore native woodlands across Scotland
- Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park - Tree Planting Grant Scheme
- Croft Woodlands - Woodland Trust - Woodland Trust
- Clyde Climate Forest - GCV Green Network
- Borders Forest Trust work to restore native woodland both on their own properties and through working in partnership with local landowners, businesses, farmers and community groups.
- The Institute of Chartered Foresters provide information and guidance to the public and industry
- The Confederation of Forest Industries (ConFor) helps build the market for timber, timber products and forest services
- Soil Association Scotland Farmer Resources
- myForest • home can be used to make maps and manage your woodlands
- Ideas around Integrating Trees on Your Land - Farming for a Better Climate