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Thursday 29 September 2022

Scottish rewilding network grows to 50 sites in 18 months


A network of Scottish landholdings committed to rewilding has grown to 50 partners in its first 18 months, far outpacing expectations and revealing a strong appetite for nature restoration across the country.


The Northwoods Rewilding Network was launched in April 2021 by rewilding charity SCOTLAND: The Big Picture, with an initial goal of signing up 20 landholdings in the first two years. But the network expanded rapidly and has recently welcomed its 50th partner: Glassie Farm in Aberfeldy, Perthshire.


Landholdings in the network range from farms and crofts to community woodlands and private estates, and the network’s partners are

Tuesday 27 September 2022

New beaver strategy for Scotland

Eurasian beaver at Knapdale, Argyll ©Philip Price


A national strategy has been published setting out a route map for beavers in Scotland over the coming decades.

The development of Scotland’s Beaver Strategy 2022-2045 has involved more than 50 stakeholder organisations, representing one of the most ambitious and forward-looking approaches to managing and conserving a species ever carried out

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