Monday 26 November 2018

Save Scotland's Native Woods!

I'm still really on a blog and social media break while I rest my eyes after cataract surgery but this is an important campaign.

The Scottish Government is inviting everyone in Scotland to help write the next national policy for forestry, woodland and trees. A new public consultation offers the people of Scotland the first chance in over a decade to help shape Scotland’s forestry strategy. The results of this consultation will form official guidance and activity around planting, protecting and restoring Scotland’s woods and trees until 2029.
Scotland’s native woods and trees are not only beautiful but are vital to our landscapes and wildlife and critical to our future. They should be at the heart of the Scottish Government’s thinking. Help the Woodland Trust give Scotland's native trees and woods a strong, safe future by responding to the consulation via their website here.

The Consultation closes on 29 November.


eileeninmd said...

Saving and protecting the forest should be the national policy. Same here in the USA.

I hope you are recovering well from the eye surgery. Enjoy your day, have a great new week ahead!

Lowcarb team member said...

Yes, important post.

I hope you are recovering well after your cataract surgery.

All the best Jan

Gwil W said...

Good luck to the campaign. I agree with the first reply. If the local mp is not supporting people know what to do at the ballot box.

Sandy said...

Hope you are doing well after your surgery.

Good luck with your campaign to save the woods. Most of us know how important taking care of the earth is to our lives. A few do not!

Geraldine said...

I'm sorry you had to have cataract surgery but hope you are healing quickly.Take care Juliet. Healing thoughts and energy to you.🌞