RSFS

 The Royal Scottish Forestry Society

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

RSFS COVID-19 update

Check here for updates  All upcoming RSFS events cancelled

In line with government guidance on Covid-19, we have decided to cancel all Royal Scottish Forestry Society events from now to the end of July.  Like many other bodies, we are taking this action to stop unnecessary travel and to protect both vulnerable people and the wider population.

This applies to regional field days, the annual study tour and training workshops.  We are grateful to the many woodland owners and managers who offered to host events for RSFS.  We hope these postponed events can be reinstated once circumstances allow.  We will contiune to follow government advice and provide updates here.

 

Visit Programme 2020

Due to the cancellation of events, the 2020 Annual Programme (Green Card) of visits will not be produced.  We hope to run postponed events when circumstances allow.  All queries to George Moore by email director@rsfs.org.uk or phone 0131 634 0043.

 

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.

Journal archive

We continue to develop the archive containing all back issues of Scottish Forestry.  The latest update means that all journals from 1980 to date available to all members who log in.  It will eventually contain all issues back to 1947. 

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Welcome to the RSFS

The Royal Scottish Forestry Society exists to promote excellence of forestry in Scotland for the benefit of the present and future generations. What we do brings people together to improve knowledge an understanding of forestry with a strong emphasis on sharing practical experience.We have an active programme of field visits across Scotland. This provides an opportunity to visit a wide variety of woods and forest and discuss their management and development.

Our members come from across all sections of the forest industry in Scotland ranging from those with an interest in the forests, woods and trees of Scotland to forestry professionals and those with a broader interest in the land and trees.

Take some time to browse information About Our Society and have a look at What We Do.   Why not, for less than the price of a cup of coffee a week, join us?