Date(s) - 16/08/2018
Tiroran Community Forest
Thursday 16th August @ 13.00 – South West Mull and Iona Development Trust will be hosting a community event, ‘Tiroran Community Forest – Then and Now‘ which will focus on People, Forestry and Biodiversity & Nature. There will be three stations in the forest each with a local expert who will talk about their subject in relation to what the forest was like post buy-out and what it is like now.
The People station will cover the areas that were cleared in the forest in the late 1800s and the sites for the new woodland crofts and what it could be like again with people living in the forest. This station will be covered by a local historian and one of the potential crofters.
The Forestry station will look at the way the forest was planted in the 1970s and the changes that Forestry Commission Scotland now look for in terms of forest planning and the reasoning behind this. It will also give the Trust a chance to talk about their aspirations in terms of forestry and what their plans are.
The Biodiversity and Nature station will consider the species in the forest and the impact of both the previous and future forest management on this aspect.
The event is open to everyone. There is no need to book but if you are thinking of attending and / or would like more information, please contact Morven – email@example.com or 01681 700 021.
Website – http://swmid.co.uk/