Major planting scheme to improve biodiversity along Angus river

Forestry and Land Scotland (FLS) has planted 5,000 native trees along the banks of the River South Esk as part of a major project to improve biodiversity and catchment resilience.

by Dan Symonds
River South Esk catchment in Glen Doll Forest, Angus - credit: FLS
River South Esk catchment in Glen Doll Forest, Angus - credit: FLS

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