Managing the historic environment

Managing the historic environment case studies.
The forests and woodlands of Scotland include an historic environment which needs to be understood and protected for the benefit of all. The Forestry Commission have produced two guides to promote the recognition of the historic environment and encourage its protection during forestry operations.

The purpose of these case studies are to highlight sources of further guidance that can help forest and woodland managers deliver best practice conservation management over a wide range of archaeological sites and historic landscapes – and showcase the potential that the historic environment can play within Forest Plans.


Two case studies are available here to download as pdfs.


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