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The Forland project is a European Climate-KIC funded project that aims to support and inform landscape planning with ambitions for woodland expansion and landscape restoration. By collating biophysical and socio-economic data with the involvement of stakeholders at the landscape level, we aim to co-develop and test ways to facilitate the development of future land use plans. Working with stakeholders within two case study regions in Scotland – Sunart and the Galloway and Southern Ayrshire Biosphere we will explore the key challenges in these different landscapes to work towards a shared vision for landscape change.
Collaborative visions have been developed for both our case studies, following stakeholder workshops to identify and types of land use and their associated benefits to the regions and broader society.
Together with the University of Edinburgh, Forest Research are responsible for the Scottish case studies (our European partners ONF International, Cirad and ETH-Zurich are delivering case studies in Brasil).
You can find out more about the Forland Project here.
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