Holyrood push for devolved forestry
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Fears voiced over Holyrood's plans for devolved forestry

The Scottish government has put forward proposals to abolish the Forestry Commission in Scotland.

Ministers want all responsibility for forestry management and strategy devolved to Holyrood.

Critics of the plan fear it will lead to a loss of specialist expertise.

BBC Scotland's Craig Anderson reports.

  • 09 Nov 2016