Scots Pine Resource
Scots Pine is a naturally occurring tree species in Northern Europe, covering large areas of Scandinavia, Finland, Scotland and Russia. It is a key component of boreal biodiversity and its timber properties are equal to, or exceed, those of other commercial conifers.Developing the Scots pine Resource is a European Union collaborative NPP project between partners in Scotland, Finland, Norway and Sweden to stimulate the development and utilisation of Scots pine as a basis for supporting sustainable rural enterprises. It falls under the European Regional Development Fund.
Visit the website: pineinfo.eu
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