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Join Forest Enterprise Scotland and the Glasgow Countryside Rangers for the Garscadden Wood Local Nature Reserve (LNR) celebration this weekend. Taking place on Saturday (25th August) from 12.30pm to 3pm, the fun, free event, open to all ages, will

In an effort to raise awareness and spread the message: "Can you see how amazing nature in and along the of the Danube is?", Ana Tudor, an artist living in Serbia, immortalized on a 1km-long linen canvas the unique nature of the Danube River and its
North Wind
7/9/2018

North Wind recently promoted Joe Wood and Allison Walker to Southeast Regional Manager and Deputy Southeast Regional Manager, respectively. Joe Wood, PE, PMP Joe Wood has 32 years of experience in the environmental and threat and risk assessment fie

This is the second in a two-part series. View part one here. Business is booming in the arena of “nature-based” companies, which includes ventures ranging from ecological restoration companies to ecotourism to sustainable commodity produ

This summer sees the tenth anniversary of one of Scotland’s most successful conservation projects - The Trossachs Water Vole Project. Having gone extinct in the Trossachs sometime in the 1990s through loss of habitat, watercourse pollution and the s

Rural Economy Secretary Fergus Ewing has announced the launch of a new project to tackle the most serious pest of newly planted young trees in Scotland, the large pine weevil ‘Hylobius abietis’. Current methods of controlling weevil damage are heavi

Participants of Forestry Commission Scotland’s (FCS) Branching Out programme are celebrating after successfully completing the 12-week mental health and wellbeing programme at the Braehead Orchard in Crossford. The group of eight attended an award c

Forest Enterprise Scotland (FES) is advising road users that traffic management on the A82 at Grotaig, the site of a recent rock fall, will remain in place for the next few days whilst engineers install a temporary catch fence. Although loose debris

On one hand, bugs are high in protein and easy on the environment: a compelling solution for reducing global meat consumption and its contribution to climate change. On the other hand, try pitching that business idea to an investor. An entrepreneur

Participants of Forestry Commission Scotland’s (FCS) Branching Out programme are celebrating after successfully completing the 12-week mental health and wellbeing programme at Crombie Country Park. The group of 11 attended an awards ceremony yesterd

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