11 February 2018
Lonesome pines and climate change: two Forum events

Tuesday 13th March: The Highland Environment Forum 

We'll be finding out about cutting edge research into understanding peatland health and on generating carbon baseline data to promote action to reduce our impact on climate.

We often talk about the need for behaviour change, so this time we'll be trying out for a model for ourselves  - it could be just the tool you need in your work and campaigns.

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Book via Caroline at highlandenvironmentforum@gmail.com







Saturday 21st April: The Highland Biodiversity Conference will be held at the UHI Scottish School of Forestry, Balloch, Inverness.

The programme has a woodland theme, in part looking at isolated trees and woodland fragments and the potential for expansion. 

We'll have presentations from the Woodland Trust about their croft woodland work, and Trees for Life on their Caledonian Pine remnant project and red squirrel translocation work. We'll also be hearing from a couple of UHI researchers, and we're hoping to hear about montane woodland, and from Cairngorms National Park about woodland network expansion. And we'll be introducing the Lonesome Pine - an idea based on successful Caithness Biodiversity Group work. So it should be a very interesting day!

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