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Helping to tackle global warming

West Fife Woodlands has planted trees donated by the Rotary Club of Dunfermline Carnegie, trees having the ability to absorb harmful carbon dioxide.

The location was a shelter belt of trees at the western edge of Blairhall Mains Farm. This was selected following Audrey and John Stirling, owners of the farm, having kindly allowed the group to construct a community path through the shelter belt.

This is all part of the long term aim of West Fife Woodlands to create a new recreational path from Newmills and Blairhall to Devilla Forest, using a mixture of existing and newly created tracks, the route first conceived back in 2008. The final section across Gallowridge and into the forest is currently under construction and due for completion this summer. Once complete, the entire route will only involve two road crossings and a very short section on a minor country road.

Encouraging people to leave their cars behind and to explore the countryside, whether it be on foot, using a bicycle or on a horse will further reduce harm to the atmospehere.


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