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Aigas Community Forest

A productive, working forest providing measurable social, economic and environmental benefits for local residents and visitors alike

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Work Group

To keep the Forest a thriving, interesting and safe place to visit, there is always work to be done. So, whether you're a local resident who'd like to become a regular or a visitor who'd like to spend a day of your vacation doing something productive; you'll be very welcome!

Work includes; planting trees, clearing paths through the Forest for walkers, clearing bracken, erecting and maintaining fencing around plantings. We meet most Wednesdays and some Saturdays; if you'd like to join in, please send an email to the Office Manager. Note: please do mail the manager as it would be disappointing for you, and for us, if you arrived on a day that no work was scheduled.

We meet in the Car Park just outside the Forest gate off the A831 just to the east of the Aigas Golf Course at 0930 (turn down the lane signposted to 'Tigh-An-Laggan', the car park is on the right about 100 metres along). Please bring clothing appropriate for the weather, and strong gloves and waterproof walking boots are essential. Gaiters are advised. In addition, please bring food and drink for yourself as there's no pop-up in the Forest (yet!). Tools will be provided. We generally finish by 4pm. If you have a ticket to operate any forest machinery, please make sure you bring it with you for the Forest Manager to see!

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Aigas Community Forest, c/o North View, Crask of Aigas, Beauly, Inverness-shire Scotland IV4 7AD

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This website was part-financed by the Scottish Government, the European Community Highland LEADER 2007 - 2013 Programme and The Highland Council.
Aigas Community Forest is a registered Scottish charity, No: SC041614
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