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.
- Road users are advised that traffic management will be in place at Loch Lochy next week (w/c 2 Feb) as Forestry Commission Scotland steps in to clear up some windblown trees adjacent to the A82.
- Forest visitors are reminded that traffic management will be in place on the B979 tomorrow (Tuesday 27 January) between 9.30 and 3.30.
- Dalmally Community Company (DCC) has applied to the National Forest Land Scheme (NFLS) to purchase approximately 0.7 hectares of land at Kinachreachan on the side of Loch Awe.
Forestry Commission Scotland advises and implements forestry policy to protect and expand Scotland's forests and to increase their value to society and the environment
Strategy, policy and guidance
- Strategy, policy and guidance
- The Scottish Forestry Strategy
- Our policies
- Soil and water management
- Historic environment
- Native Woodland Survey of Scotland
- Woodland expansion
- Climate change and renewable energy
- Our health strategy
- Our education strategy and reports
- Working with communities
- The planning system
- Forests and art