Scottish National Heritage apologises for mass killing of "non-native" beech trees on island reserve

Following a lengthy dispute, Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) has issued an apology for having killed over 300 mature beech trees by stem injection on the island of Inchtavannach in Loch Lomond without having notified the landowner, Luss Estates.

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