Scottish Forestry
Scottish Forestry (SF) was established as an executive agency of the Scottish Government on 1 April 2019, following completion of the devolution of forestry as a result of the Forestry and Land (Scotland) Act 2018. It supports the delivery of the Scottish Government’s priorities for Scotland's forests, through guidance, advice, incentives and regulations, and by advising Ministers on forestry policy.

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Scottish Forestry - Community Fund

Type of funding: Grant Source: Statutory Type of cost: Capital, Revenue

The fund aims to support community groups and organisations that are encouraging and facilitating greater use of woods by people to derive health, well-being and community benefits.
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Currently closed

Scottish Forestry - Forestry Grant Scheme - Harvesting and Processing

Type of funding: Grant Source: Statutory Type of cost: Capital, Revenue

Funding is intended to help to bring woodlands into management; promote the economic and sustainable production of timber and timber products through processing; add value to local economies on a non-industrial scale (less than 10,000 tonnes per annum of roundwood for harvesting…
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