Tree Health Scotland Bursary Award Scheme
The Scottish Forestry Trust has partnered with Forestry Commission Scotland to establish the Tree Health Scotland Bursary Scheme supporting up to 5 PhD research projects on tree health issues affecting Scotland.
The scheme is subject to the SFT’s general applicant guidance (except for section 3) as well as the Tree Health Scotland Bursary Scheme guidance and applicants should refer to both sets of guidance notes when preparing their submissions. The application form for the Tree Health Scotland Bursary Scheme is available here.
Applications will be considered according to the timetable shown here.
Successful applicants should note our requirements following approval and should notify the SFT Director of any change in circumstances relating to the project.
- Development and Publication of Tree Work Guides 2016-2018
- Shaping the Future of Forestry 2016-2017
- Epidemiology of Phytophthora ramorum on Larix spp. and host responses to infection 2016-2019
- Woodland Planting and Natural Flood Management 2015-2019
- Silvicultural diversity and birds in Scots pine forests 2015-2016
- Fraxi Queen of the Forest-a new theatre production for young audiences 2015-2016
- Ownership effect on benefits from woodland expansion 2015-2019
- Who Will Pay for Urban Forest Climate Regulation Services? 2015-2018
- Multi-taxa functional diversity in UK plantation forests Sept 2015-Dec 2019
- RSFS Annual Lecture 2015-2017
- Emergent forest dynamics and natural flood management 2015-2016
- Mapping and Repositioning Forestry Skills for the 21st Century 2014-2020
- The Sylva Project 2014-2015
- Can ecological restoration help build sustainable communities? 2013-2016
- How environment and gene flow shape adaptation in Scots pine 2013-2016
- Advanced Assessment of Minor G.B. Conifer species 2012-2016
- Improving the production of local origin Aspen in Scotland 2012-2015
- Susceptibility of Scots and Lodgepole pine provenances to Red Band Needle Blight caused by Dothistroma septosporum 2011-2015