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For 100 years, Scotland’s national forests have provided the country with a rich source of timber.

Today, the story is one of diversification – Scotland’s forests are managed as a productive, recreational and environmental resource.

These are not competing interests. In fact, careful planning at a national and local level, involving communities and partners, is bringing together complementary objectives and helping to shape Scotland’s forests for future generations.


Our mission

Looking after Scotland’s forests and land, for the benefit of all, now and for the future.

Our vision

Forests and land that Scotland can be proud of.


Our strategies

Our Corporate Plan will be published shortly. It will detail our key priorities and include annual targets, budget and key performance indicator information.

The Corporate Plan is supported by more specific guidance for key areas, such as our deer management strategy and recreation strategy.

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