Natural Capital report: revealing the ‘value’ of nature
A trial project has found Natural Capital assessments – which help to define the value of natural assets – are especially useful for individual farmers and landowners
We invest in farming businesses, working with our tenants to improve productivity while enhancing biodiversity. Our success relies on partnership working and a strong landlord tenant relationship.
In farming, the business:
Crown Estate Scotland manages 5,000 hectares (around 12,000 acres) of commercial forestry, mostly in Glenlivet. With typical forest tree plantings taking 50 to 70 years to mature, we take a long-term view and work with communities and partners such Forestry Commission Scotland to promote multi-purpose forest management.