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The Royal Scottish Forestry Society was founded in 1854 as the Scottish Arboricultural Society. In 1869, the society received the patronage of Queen Victoria and the "Royal" prefix was added in 1887. The name changed to the current one in 1930. In addition to advising the forestry industry, the RSFS manages its own woodland, Cashel Forest at Cashel, near Milarrochy Bay on the east shore of Loch Lomond. The RSFS purchased the site in 1996 and since then has been establishing a native woodland to demonstrate best practice in woodland management and growing timber.

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  • RSFS
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  • Die Royal Scottish Forestry Society ist eine gemeinnütziger Verein zur Förderung des Wissens um Wald- und Forstwirtschaft in Schottland. (de)
  • The Royal Scottish Forestry Society was founded in 1854 as the Scottish Arboricultural Society. In 1869, the society received the patronage of Queen Victoria and the "Royal" prefix was added in 1887. The name changed to the current one in 1930. In addition to advising the forestry industry, the RSFS manages its own woodland, Cashel Forest at Cashel, near Milarrochy Bay on the east shore of Loch Lomond. The RSFS purchased the site in 1996 and since then has been establishing a native woodland to demonstrate best practice in woodland management and growing timber. The RSFS publishes a journal,Scottish Forestry. Among its past presidents was the Scottish botanist Dr. Hugh Cleghorn. (en)
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  • Royal Scottish Arboricultural Society (en)
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  • "Ye may be aye sticking in a tree - it will be growing when ye're sleeping"
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  • Woodland management
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  • RSFS (en)
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  • Royal Scottish Arboricultural Society (en)
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  • logo of the RFSF showing trees (en)
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  • Scottish Forestry Journal (en)
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  • "Ye may be aye sticking in a tree - it will be growing when ye're sleeping" (en)
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  • Royal Scottish Forestry Society (en)
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  • Woodland management (en)
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  • Scotland (en)
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  • SC002058 (en)
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  • Die Royal Scottish Forestry Society ist eine gemeinnütziger Verein zur Förderung des Wissens um Wald- und Forstwirtschaft in Schottland. (de)
  • The Royal Scottish Forestry Society was founded in 1854 as the Scottish Arboricultural Society. In 1869, the society received the patronage of Queen Victoria and the "Royal" prefix was added in 1887. The name changed to the current one in 1930. In addition to advising the forestry industry, the RSFS manages its own woodland, Cashel Forest at Cashel, near Milarrochy Bay on the east shore of Loch Lomond. The RSFS purchased the site in 1996 and since then has been establishing a native woodland to demonstrate best practice in woodland management and growing timber. (en)
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  • Royal Scottish Forestry Society (de)
  • Royal Scottish Forestry Society (en)
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