Royal Scottish Forestry Society
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The Royal Scottish Forestry Society was founded in 1854 as the Scottish Aboricultural Society. The Royal prefix was added in 1869. The name changed to the current one in 1930.
The RSFS publishes a journal entitled Scottish Forestry.
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