New laser scanning technology is being used to “weigh” trees, in a project which could help more accurately assess the role forests can play in tackling climate change.
Protesters are claiming victory after contractors were prevented from working on an elm which has become one of the symbols of the long-running battle over street tree felling in Sheffield.
Native Scottish pine species are at increased risk from disease when planted next to exotic pine tree species, claims new research.
An Inverness resident chopped down 20 trees on land that does not belong to him because they were blocking his view - but soon realised his mistake when police arrived.
Police have urged motorists to take care when driving through parts of Aberdeenshire tonight, amid reports of strong winds felling several trees.
A £500,000 price tag put on saving war memorial trees threatened with the chop is “a slap in the face to the community, residents and our nation’s World War One war memory”, according to campaigners.
About 400 diseased trees across Aberdeen are to be cut down.
An environmental research group has applied for permission to chop down five trees on its grounds.
Under-utilised parts of Moray’s vast woodland have been earmarked as a way to boost the region’s economy.
A woman whose massive trees blocked her neighbour's TV reception has been ordered to chop them down.
Foresters have had a big lottery windfall that will help protect the planet and train a team of newcomers to the sector.
Trees which sprung up in an Aberdeenshire village football pitch could remain there for good as part of council plans to create a community orchard.
Scotland's forests and woodlands are among our most valuable rural assets and our ambition is for them to expand and flourish.
Scottish Government has pledged to streamline the tree planting process as it strives to increase its planting target to 37,000 acres of new woodland per year by 2025.
Seed champions are being sought for Skye and Argyll to help preserve the nation's tree heritage in a collection at Kew Gardens in London.
A woodland planted in memory of the fallen of World War I will be officially opened later this month.
An unprecedented land use U-turn took place on a high Borders hillside this week when Scotland's sheep farming leaders lent their backing to commercial forestry in the uplands.
With the festive season approaching, Forest Enterprise Scotland is gearing up for the start of its annual Christmas tree sales event.
Crofters are to be given free advice and support as part of a new scheme to create 1,235 acres of new woodland by 2020.
A little over a year ago, the Highlands was a blaze of Autumnal colour - with rich reds, golds and yellows adorning the trees at the beginning of October.
Residents are being asked to help shape the future of north-east woods.
Furious Aberdeenshire residents have called on the council to take action at a housing development following the "unnecessary" felling of a cluster of 70-year-old trees.
Moray councillors have agreed to fell a "dangerous" cluster of trees in Elgin - five years after first learning they posed a threat to residents.
Councillors will today attempt to settle a dispute between two Moray neighbours who are at war over the height of a hedge.
High winds are affecting several roads in the north east this morning.
There’s still time to finish all those autumn tasks before the frost makes the ground unworkable and it’s more tempting to be indoors next to a roaring fire. Hannah Stephenson offers a reminder of all those jobs to do before winter sets in
Walkers are being advised of tree-felling works at two Aberdeenshire woods.
A new tree health project has been set up to protect Scotland's national tree - the Scots Pine - from new pests and diseases.
Forestry Commission Scotland is set to outline new plans later this month on how to manage a 500-acre farm at the centre of a tree planting furore.
Forest management company Scottish Woodlands has hailed a strong year despite a 15% drop in pre-tax profits.