The Blarbuie Woodland Project, established as part of the charity Reforesting Scotland - is establishing a social enterprise supporting the health and well-being of its volunteers, staff and clients through woodland management, woodland art, access and recreation, training and job creation.
Reforesting Scotland is a leading charity and movement involved in environmental, social and sustainable forestry in Scotland. It represents over 750 members and its vision involves the creation of a well-forested and productive landscape, as well as a culture which values the contribution that trees and woods bring to our lives.
Reforesting Scotland aims to:
•Promote a sustainable forest culture and economy in a well-forested land
•Develop the use of locally-produced forest goods and services
•Encourage social and ecological restoration in forests and in wider land use
•Raise awareness of the benefits of low-energy living based on woodland resources
•Place the Scottish forestry situation in an international context
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