When making your application we will ask for details of your match funding. The Scottish Forestry Trust will consider in kind contributions as part of an overall funding package for the General Funding, Bursary or Reducing Risks Schemes above. If you are considering use of in kind contributions please read our policy and use our contributions calculator to help with your application.
Once you have received your approval, a formal contract will be sent out by the Trust. If appropriate, dates will be provided for you to provide progress report. Further details are provided in the link below.
Scottish Forestry Trust is a registered charity (Scottish Charity No. SC008465). The Scottish Forestry Trust was established in 1983 by a gift of share capital, and our role is to provide funds by way of grants, to support research, education and training throughout the UK. Since our establishment, we have provided nearly £2.7m to fund over 190 projects ranging from supporting post graduate industry applied research, social and environmental forestry, policy formulation and broader public education and awareness.