TWIG is working to a strategic remit reflecting the aspirations of the project partner organisations Download a copy of the Strategic Forest Plan, Dundee City Woodlands 2015-2025 (1.4MB PDF) Download a copy of the Dundee Tree and Urban Forestry Policy (98KB PDF) Download a copy of the Deer Management Plan 2018-2023 (986KB PDF) Download a copy of the Biodiversity Duty Report (511KB PDF) In addition to working with members of the public, TWIG is working to obtain funding to further achieve improvements to habitats and biodiversity within Dundee. Woodlands for Yew Marquee at the Dundee Food and Flower Festival In partnership with Forestry Commission, Scottish Natural Heritage, DCC Forestry Section and the Countryside Rangers, TWIG is responsible for the organising of the Woodlands for Yew Marquee. The Woodlands4Yew marquee is an integral part of the overall festival and hosts a wide range of environmental and forestry organisations, providing everything from information to practical demonstrations. In the Woodland4Yew marquee in 2018 visitors were inspired by wood carvers, stone masons, forestry workers and much more. In addition to the many activities on offer, the Woodlands4Yew marquee showcased a woodland central display which was very popular and gained a Gold award in the shows Discretionary Award category Camperdown Tree Trail Camperdown Park is now part of the National Tree Collections of Scotland. This recognises the highest quality specimen tree collections in the country and is coordinated by Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh. In celebration of this achievement, a Camperdown Tree Trail was launched at the Dundee Flower and Food Festival in 2012. The trail highlights the park’s notable and provides interesting information on the park’s arboricultural history. Explore Camperdown’s most impressive trees by downloading the Camperdown Tree Trail Leaflet (1.14MB PDF). You can also pick up a leaflet at the Rangers’ Office or Forestry Office in Camperdown Park. Who are the Project Partners? Dundee TWIG is a partnership supported by Dundee Partnership for the Environment, Forestry Commission Scotland and Scottish Natural Heritage.