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Loch Arkaig Pine Forest: Exploring the perceived impacts of different management interventions on woodland benefits


People will have different understandings about the range of benefits a woodland can offer, and some people might prefer one type of benefit over another. To understand how these factors are interconnected, researchers from The James Hutton Institute are researching woodlands in different parts of Scotland: in the Central Belt (North Lanarkshire), on the west coast (Argyll), and in the Highlands. 

This report presents the results of a research workshop that was undertaken in relation to the Loch Arkaig Pine Forest.


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