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Scotland’s Finest Woods Awards

These awards celebrate the contribution that woodlands can make to the people, environment and economic prosperity of Scotland

2019 Scotland’s Finest Woods Awards Announced!

We were absolutely delighted to be joined at the immensely celebratory 2019 Scotland’s Finest Woods Awards by both the First Minister Nicola Surgeon MSP and the Cabinet Secretary Fergus Ewing MSP.   There were awards for Schools such as brought smiles below, Community Woodland projects, New Native and Commercial Woodlands, Quality Timber, Farm Woodlands including a new Trophy especially for Young People and a unique Centenary Award

Scotland’s Finest Woods Awards 2019 – © Julie Broadfoot / Juliebee – www.juliebee.co.uk

The Awards’ programme recognises excellence in forests, woods and forest-related projects across Scotland.

This year’s programme included a special Centenary Award to mark 100 years since the 1919 Forestry Act that created the Forestry Commission and recognised the importance of forestry in our country.  This unique one-off Award is for woodland management that has adapted to change and shows resilience both from the past and in preparation for the future.

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