Agroforestry in Scotland: Past, present and potential

All welcome to the first (online) meeting of the RISS Agroforestry group on May 7, 6-7.30pm

Online webinar, May 7, 6-7.30pm

 Join us as we hear about three agroforestry trials in Scotland, followed by a Q&A with the speakers:

  • The Glensaugh Trial – Perspectives after 32 years – with Donald Barrie, James Hutton Institute
  • Kirkton: 100 trees planted – Planning, Costs and Practice – with Dr John Holland, SRUC
  • Eadha Aspen trials – The Potential of Aspen – with Peter Livingstone, Eadha Enterprises

Picture: Agroforestry at the Bolfracks estate, Aberfeldy CREDIT Mathias Kremer

This webinar is the launch of a new Rural Innovation Support Service (RISS) Agroforestry group, facilitated by SAC consultants Poppy Frater, sheep and grassland specialist, and Stephen Adlard, woodland specialist. The group will focus on integrating livestock and forestry. 

RISS groups are led by farmers to develop projects relevant to farmers. Read more about RISS here.

The facilitators will follow the webinar with a survey to understand the questions, experiences and challenges you have. This will inform the direction and activity for the group.

After you register for the webinar, you will be sent a link to access the meeting.

Click here to register for the webinar 

Any questions, click here to contact RISS 


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