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Scotland’s Finest Woods Awards
We are pleased to annouce the launch of the
2024 Awards programme
– entries are open!
The annual Scotland’s Finest Woods Awards’ Programme strives to reward and showcase all that is best in Scotland’s forests and woods. This is your opportunity to shine the light on your woodland project and be recognised for your efforts along with your trees.
What are you waiting for?
You have until 23:59 on Sunday 31st March
to submit your entry.
You can find details about each of the Award Categories on the individual ‘Awards’ webpages where you will also find the details about the entry criteria and the entry form.
Thank you to everyone who was involved with last year’s competitions – especially the entrants. We greatly value your participation so that the Awards programme can happen. Along the way, the Programme is delivered with the contributions of many others, including our volunteer trustees and judges, sponsors and supporters as well as event support and others. Thank you for your contribution to making the Awards ceremony the success it was.
Last year, a celebratory Awards Ceremony was held to reveal the winners with Scottish Forestry’s support in the Scottish Government marquee at the Royal Highland Show, Ingliston in June 2023. Roll of Honour 2023 lists all the winners for last year. If you were not able to join us on the day, you can enjoy the celebrations in the video below.
EARLY YEARS AWARD
FARM WOODLAND AWARD – Young People Competition
NEW NATIVE WOODS AWARD
QUALITY TIMBER AWARDS
New Commercial Woods Competition
Multipurpose Forestry Competition
The Dulverton Flagon
CLIMATE CHANGE CHAMPION AWARD
COMMUNITY WOODLANDS AWARD
Large Community Woodland Group
Small Community Woodland Group
All photography with thanks to: © Julie Broadfoot.
If you’d like to remind yourself of previous winners, have a look
at the recordings of the Awards Ceremonies in 2021 and 2022 ….