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Native Pinewood visit to Glen Affric
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No: 3771   Contributor: Norman Davidson   Year: 1994
Native Pinewood visit to Glen Affric

Photograph courtesy of Malcolm Wield, Dingwall, featuring
a meeting of the ‘Native Pinewood Managers’ near Dog Falls in Glen Affric.

At about this period there was an increasing activity on native pine wood management with a grant structure from the Forestry Commission to encourage new woodlands and forests using seedlings grown from seed collected from locally ancient native pine forests and broadleaf woodlands. The Forest Enterprise arm of the Forestry Commission turned its attention to the remnants of the ancient native pine wood that were located on the national forest estate and initiated a major programme of restoration of these ancient woodland sites. The initial efforts were directed at removal of non native Scots pine and other conifers from within and close proximity to the remnants that had been planted there many years previously. This was followed up by attempts to encourage natural regeneration from the remaining ‘granny pines’ and or collecting of cones for raising planting stock, fencing to reduce browsing pressure and in some cases planting new trees from seed collected locally.

1 Keith Miller – FDM Lorne
2 Willie Lamont
3 Raymond Henderson
4 Malcolm Wield
5 Unknown gent
6 Paul Biggin – FDM Lochaber
7 Ian MacLennan
8 Bob Furness – Forestry Manager Seafield Estates
9 John Dobson – Forestry Manager Balmoral Estates
10 Ron Johnstone – FDM Wester Ross?
11 Unknown
12 Ian Forshaw – FDM Dornoch
13 Tim Clifford
14 Graham Tuley – FDM Kincardine
15 Basil Dunlop
16 Roger Muhl
17 Charlie Taylor – FDM Tay

Any additional names, corrections and work roles in this period would be very welcome
Picture added on 13 November 2017 at 08:16
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