RSFS

 The Royal Scottish Forestry Society

...for those who love the forests, woodlands and trees of Scotland

Green Card 2019

The annual programme of visits and events (known ubitquitously as the Green Card) is available in the "What we do" area of the website (Menu: What we do | Annual Programme Cards | 2019).  Alternatively, click here.

Appeal to members

We are looking for a member with an interest in photography to help us curate and manager our extensive digital image collection.  We are very keen to hear from you to help build the galleries for this website.  Please contact  treasurer@rsfs.org.uk if you can help.

Scottish Forestry

We have just launched an archive containing all back issues of Scottish Forestry from 2001 to date available to all members.  It will contain all issues back to 1947.  Members can access by logging in and selecting Journal Archive from the Members Area menu.

Study Tour 2019

We know that you are all waiting with bated breath for details of this year's Study Tour.  Details are available on the Study Tour page in the "What we do" area of the website (What we do | Annual Study Tour); or click here.

What we do

The Society is a welcoming, diverse organisation which is focussed on:

Exploring

With around 20 visits each year to woods and forests, there are always sights to see—from ancient woodland to the most modern forestry practice. Breath-taking scenery, knowledgeable guides, and gracious hosts make these trips deeply rewarding for members from all walks of life.

Learning

The Society takes its role in informing people about trees and forestry seriously. Our highly-regarded, full-colour journal, delivered free to members, combines rigorous academic thinking with general topics close to forest-lovers’ hearts. Our website adds many archived articles and news items together with a full calendar of visits, seminars and social events for members.  

Sharing

We want to hear what our members say and think about forestry topics old and new. Each member has much rich experience to pass on, whether as a scientist, forester or simply as a lover of Scotland’s woodland heritage. Those combined voices can be heard by the wider community—benefitting both the environment and the economy.

Annual study tour schedule 2019

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