Training and trialling sessions of WHIA lite

The Best Practice partners, led by NatureScot and Forest and Land Scotland have been developing a simplified methodology for assessing the impacts of grazing herbivores on woodland. 

We're calling it WHIAlite, to distinguish it from the full WHIA methodology found in the woodland grazing toolbox on the Scottish Forestry website

We are currently running a series of workshops to trial the WHIA methodology and train practitioners in its use.  These are being offered at the following locations:

> Glen Affric. 14 March

> Beinn Eighe 15 March

> Glen Orchy 21 March

> Moncrieffe Hill, Perth. 22 March

> Muir of Dinnet, Aberdeenshire. 13 April

Feel free to sign up to a session near you, where we will cover the basics of undertaking this important monitoring, and for which we have these two guides:
WHIAlite method
WHIA assessment form

Do please let us have any feedback on both the method itself and comments on any supplementary materials that you think would be helpful.  Thanks