The WLA and WTC were formed in 1917 to help meet growing demands for home production during the long struggle of World War. Women of the Land Army- or 'Land Girls' as they became known- took on all types of agricultural work. From sowing to harvesting- calving to shearing- this was hard physical work that until the war had largely been undertaken by men. The Women's Timber Corps too was vital- as these 'Lumber Jills'
Uncover the story of the Scottish Women's Land Arm and Timber Corps at the National War Museum.