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Stuart Picken

Any use for climbers? / Geez us a job mate

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Hey folks. So, I'm an experienced and competent tree surgeon, I'll climb trees and cut bits of 'em all day long. Rigging, SRT, speed lines, bla bla bla.

This winter (so long as I get in) I'll start studying hnd forestry in Inverness.

What I'm wondering is, is this climbing skill of any value in forestry? Any suggestions on how to lever that skill into finding interesting work?  Where, if anywhere, is climbing used in forestry?

Lastly, could anyone in the NE Scotland use me?

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