Regional Strategic Woodland Creation Project



Attitudes Towards Landscape Benefits and Woodland Creation in Southern Scotland

This report documents a Forest Research led study into attitudes towards landscape benefits and woodland creation in Southern Scotland, commissioned by Scottish Forestry in light of the Scottish Government’s tree planting targets.


Black Grouse Evaluation Report - Scottish Borders Pilot Areas 1 & 2

Black Grouse Evaluation Report - Scottish Borders Pilot Areas 1 & 2


Black Grouse Evaluation Report -Scottish Borders Pilot Areas 1 & 2

Black Grouse Evaluation Report - Scottish Borders Pilot Areas 1 & 2


Black Grouse Evaluation Report -Scottish Borders Pilot Areas 1 & 2

Black Grouse Evaluation Report - Scottish Borders Pilot Areas 1 & 2


Black Grouse Evaluation Report Scottish Borders Pilot Areas 1 & 2

Black Grouse Evaluation Report - Scottish Borders Pilot Areas 1 & 2


Black Grouse Evaluation Report Scottish Borders Pilot Areas 1 & 2

Black Grouse Evaluation Report - Scottish Borders Pilot Areas 1 & 2


Black Grouse Evaluation Report Scottish Borders Pilot Areas 1 & 2

Black Grouse Evaluation Report - Scottish Borders Pilot Areas 1 & 2


Regional Strategic Woodland Creation Project Landscape Capacity Study - Scottish Borders Pilot Areas 1 & 2

The aim of this landscape capacity study is to consider opportunities for newwoodlands to be accommodated in two pilot areas within the Scottish Borders aspart of the Regional Strategic Woodland Creation Project.