Mission - Cashel Forest Project

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Our Mission
In 1996, the Royal Scottish Forestry Society decided it would create a native working Scottish forest.
With help from the Millennium Forest for Scotland Trust, it bought Cashel Farm, a 3000 acre hill farm on the eastern side of Loch Lomond.
The property rises from shore level to 580 metres, and therefore can represent most of the different woodland types which are native to Scotland following the last ice age.

On the right you can see pictures of Cashel from the year 2004

Browse the gallery to see how the forest has grown

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