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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.

On these pages, you can read about our organisational priorities, our strategies, how we put them into action and how we monitor our progress. Why not begin by reading our Corporate Plan?

Corporate Plan and strategies

 

Accountability

 

Statements, initiatives and agreements

 

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