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NatureScot is in advanced discussions with a potential new owner for Kinloch Castle on the Isle of Rum, a property the nature agency has owned since 1957. Subject to requisite approvals being obtained, the Castle would be placed into a charitable trust, the aims of which are to conserve the building

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The new Phoenix Hide at Loch Leven National Nature Reserve (NNR) has been officially opened, rising from the ashes of the old building that was burnt down in 2021. NatureScot chair Mike Cantlay and reserve manager Neil Mitchell were joined by the Kinross Beavers, as well as representatives from the

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Work is now under way to extend the award-winning Cuningar Loop Woodland Park on the banks of the River Clyde, marking the start of Phase Two of Clyde Gateway’s largest parkland project. Phase 2 of Cuningar Loop is part of a major new £40 million Scottish programme of projects to improve

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A new study is being carried out into more environmentally friendly methods for laying housing foundations on peatland that could pave the way for increased economic development in parts of the Highlands and Islands, while mitigating disruption to the natural ecosystem and captured carbon dioxide.

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Four projects in the Highlands and Islands will share a £2.6 million European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) award to promote the outstanding scenery, wildlife and culture of the Highlands and Islands. The funding has been awarded through the Natural Cultural and Heritage Fund, led by Nature

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Clyde Gateway is to work with community-led environmental charity Urban Roots to transform 16 hectares of vacant and derelict land at Toryglen into a woodland retreat to be known as ‘Malls Mire’ which will be a haven for activities, learning and wellbeing.

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