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Managing your forests

green arrow Scotland's National Forest Estate covers nearly 9% of Scotland and comprises forests, woodland and open ground. It's a national treasure and it's our privilege to be looking after it.


Latest news

  • Glenmore Visitor Centre refurb'ed, refreshed, re-opened

    Visitors to Glenmore in the Cairngorms National Park will be able to take advantage of much more that the area has to offer thanks to a new look Visitor Centre near Loch Morlich.
  • 50 years service for forestry worker recognised

    A forestry supervisor who has retired after 50 years of service with Forestry Commission Scotland enjoyed a fitting send-off with colleagues recently with... a day in the woods.
  • A Rubbish Start to the Week

    Forestry Commission Scotland’s team in Lochaber is urging everyone who visits local tourist sites to take their litter home – or to dispose of it appropriately.
  • Rosal clearance village secure for future

    In recognition of the cultural and historic significance of Rosal clearance village, Forestry Commission Scotland is to continue managing the historically significant site as part of the National Forest Estate.

Supporting Scotland's forests

blue arrowForestry Commission Scotland advises and implements forestry policy to protect and expand Scotland's forests and to increase their value to society and the environment