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Documents supplied by Forestry Commission - Scotland

Action for Scotland's Native Woods
An Ambition for Forest Cycling and Mountain Biking - Towards a National Strategy - Final Report
Application for a Licence to Fell Growing Trees
Climate Change Action Plan 2008-2010 - Report on the Responses to the Public Consultation (11 March - 6 June, 2008)
Climate Change Action Plan 2009-2011
Consultation on Forestry Provisions in the Scottish Climate Change Bill - Climate Change and the National Forest Estate (Responses by: 27/01/2009)
Consultation on Proposed Changes to the Scottish Forestry Grants Scheme (SFGS)
Crossplan - Integrated, Participatory Landscape Planning as a Tool for Rural Development - A Report of a Project at Strathdon in Scotland
Draft Scottish Forestry Strategy 2006
Draft for Consultation - Climate Change Action Plan 2008-2010 (Responses by: 06/06/2008)
Draft for Consultation - Forest Enterprise Scotland Framework Strategic Plan 2008-2013 (Responses by: 06/06/2008)
Forestry Commission Information Note 71: Golden Eagles and New Native Woodland in Scotland
Forestry Commission Information Note 72: Birch Dieback in Scotland
Forestry Commission Research Note 101: Impacts of Climate Change on Forestry in Scotland - A Synopsis of Spatial Modelling Research
Forestry Commission Research Note 102: The Economic and Social Contribution of Forestry for People in Scotland
Forestry Commission Scotland - Annual Report and Accounts 2005-2006
Forestry Commission Scotland - Corporate Plan - 2005-2008
Forestry Commission Scotland Annual Report and Accounts 2004-2005
Forestry Commission, Scotland - Corporate Plan 2004-2006
Forests for Scotland - The Scottish Forestry Strategy (SFS)
Guidance - Seed Sources for Planting Native Trees and Shrubs in Scotland
Guidance Note 32: Forest Operations and Birds in Scottish Forests - The Law and Good Practice
In Association with the Timber Transport Forum - Scottish Strategic Timber Transport Scheme - User Guidance (Scotland)
Inventory Report - National Inventory of Woodland and Trees - Scotland
National Forest Land Scheme
New Pathways for Health and Well-Being in Scotland - Research to Understand and Overcome Barriers to Accessing Woodlands
News Release 10243: Climate Change Set to Bring New Look for Scotland's Forests
Nursery Survey 2007 - First Release
Public Opinion of Forestry 2005 - Results of the 2005 Scottish Survey of Public Opinion of Forestry, Carried Out on Behalf of the Forestry Commission
Public Opinion of Forestry 2007 - Scotland - Results from the Scotland 2007 Survey of Public Opinion of Forestry, Carried out on Behalf of the Forestry Commission
Review of the Scottish Forestry Strategy
Scotland - The Review of Land Managed by Forestry Commission Scotland - Report of the Working Group

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