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Forestry and Land Scotland recognises that Gaelic is an important part of Scotland's heritage, national identity and cultural life. We are committed to helping ensure that Gaelic has a sustainable future in Scotland.

Our current Gaelic Language Plan was published in 2017 by Forestry Commission Scotland and sets out how we will:

  • use Gaelic in the operation of our core functions
  • enable the use of Gaelic when communicating with the public and key partners
  • promote and develop Gaelic within the organisation

You can read the full Gaelic Language Plan - in both English and Gaelic - at the links below:

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