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Scottish Government and Scottish Forestry are establishing a new demonstrator network of farms, crofts and estates across Scotland, to raise awareness of the multiple benefits that planting trees can bring to an agricultural business. These include but are not limited to: providing shelter for livestock; habitat for wildlife; reducing carbon footprint; providing future income from timber; and prevention of flooding. The aim is to encourage more trees to be planted on Scottish farmland, in the right place, for the right reason and to give guidance on how this can be practically achieved
We are seeking demonstrator host farms, crofts and estates of any size for a new network to promote the multiple benefits of trees on farmland. To become a host demonstrator it would be beneficial if you:
If you are interested in being a host for the new network or have any questions please don’t hesitate to get in touch. We would be delighted to speak to you. Contact Sara Thorpe (Agricultural Transformation for Environment and Climate Change team) Sara.Thorpe@gov.scot or Lyn White (Forestry and Farming Development Officer) Lyn.White@forestry.gov.scot.