South of Scotland MSP, Claudia Beamish, visited the Scottish Wildlife Trust’s Falls of Clyde Wildlife Reserve in New Lanark to open a newly completed boardwalk on the banks of the River Clyde.
Leading conservation charity, the Scottish Wildlife Trust, is extending a huge thank you to all the partners, supporters, sponsors, volunteers and delegates who helped make the inaugural World Forum on Natural Capital such a resounding success.
Thursday 22 November saw the launch of the Scottish Forum on Natural Capital, a new project bringing together public, private and voluntary sector organisations to protect and rebuild Scotland’s natural capital.
Leading conservation charity, the Scottish Wildlife Trust is giving evidence to the Scottish Parliament’s Rural Affairs Committee on the impacts of deer in Scotland.
The Coigach - Assynt Living Landscape (CALL) has been awarded a £3 million grant by the Heritage Lottery Fund.
The Scottish Wildlife Trust has commented on proposed changes to Scotland's planning system which would see a presumption in favour of development that is sustainable.
The Scottish Wildlife Trust has raised an objection to a proposed windfarm in a vital area of peatland in Caithness and Sutherland, known as the Flow Country.
There is currently a debate surrounding the amount of money that goes into agri-environment schemes and the farming community want to know what the public think.