From major landscape-scale restoration projects in the Highlands, to reintroducing beavers back to Scotland for the first time in 400 years, our projects range widely in size, scope and timescale.

We have had some notable successes over the last 50 years and more, however we realise there is a lot that still needs to be done. Our conservation projects focus on a wide range of species and habitats, and all lead us closer to achieving our vision. Find out more about some of our projects in the links below.

Living Landscapes

Our Living Landscapes aim to deliver environmental, social and economic improvements to an area, rebuilding our natural environment on a larger scale than ever before.

Saving Scotland's Red Squirrels

Saving Scotland’s Red Squirrels focuses on working with local communities to improve conditions for native red squirrels across Scotland and combat the spread of the invasive grey squirrel.

Living Seas

Focusing on marine planning and community engagement, our Living Seas work aims to ensure that Scotland’s marine resources are sufficiently protected for the benefit of people and wildlife.

Scottish Beavers

The Trust is continuing its work to secure a healthy and protected beaver population in Scotland.

Nectar Network

The Trust is leading a growing partnership working to deliver a network of pollinator-friendly sites between Irvine and Girvan in Ayrshire.

Scottish Wildcat Action

Scottish Wildcat Action is the first national conservation plan with a vision to restore viable populations of Scottish wildcats north of the Highland fault line.

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