Environment

Celebrating the inspirational people, projects, groups and organisations working hard to protect our environment, the Nature of Scotland Awards are now open for entries.

Women in Agriculture Scotland - An Evening with Lindy Nelson

Women in Agriculture Scotland are absolutely delighted to welcome the inspirational Lindy Nelson to their next online event. Lindy founded the Agri Women's Development Trust in her home country of New Zealand, she is a visionary leader, Member of the New Zealand Order of Merit for services to agriculture and women, 2013 Next Business Woman of the year and she has also been named one of the top ten women in agriculture.

Applications are open for Community Path grants to support communities to create, promote and maintain local community paths.

Run by Paths for All, the grant scheme is open to any constituted community group that have their own bank account. Community organisations and registered community charities such as community councils, development trusts and community woodland groups working in Scotland can all apply for funding. 

Walking is good for our minds, our bodies and our neighbourhoods and has been a lifeline during the past year, helping people stay active and connected. 

Good governance webinar - Are you a climate confident trustee?

The SCVO Trustees Network in partnership with Aberdeen Standard Capital presents a series of good governance webinars where you can hear from experts and share your own learning and experience to ensure a sustainable future for your organisation.

As part of their Clean Up Scotland campaign, Keep Scotland Beautiful will be coordinating a Summer Clean from May 28th - June 20th.

VisitScotland has launched a responsible tourism campaign to raise awareness of the importance of exploring the outdoors responsibly.

The focus is on asking people to leave no trace of their visit and protect Scotland’s stunning countryside. Visitors are asked to think about the impact of their visit - for now and for future generations.

Single year and multi-year projects now eligible to apply to a £22 million peatland restoration programme.

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