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Countryside & Wildlife Links
Links in category: Countryside & Wildlife
- Alva Glen Heritage Trust
Home of the Alva Glen Heritage Trust, committed to conserving and regenerating Alva Glen for the benefit of the glen's wildlife and the local community.
- Clackmannanshire Biodiversity Partnership
Biodiversity in Clackmannanshire website.
- Clackmannanshire Tourism
Tourist attractions throughout Clackmannanshire
- Countryside For All
Ensures that good practice and new intiatives are promoted and that the needs of users are central to all project.
- Creepy Crawly Classrooms in Clackmannanshire
Did you know that you are never more than 30 centimetres from a creepy crawly? During 2006 we are running a survey in Primary Schools across Clackmannanshire to find out what types of creepy crawlies are living in your school.
- Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs
Works for the essentials of life - food, air, land, water, people, animals and plants. Its remit is the pursuit of sustainable development - weaving together economic, social and environmental concerns.
- Forestry Commission Scotland
The Forestry Commission Scotland serve as the forestry directorate of the Scottish Government, advising on and implementing forestry policy and managing the national forest estate.
- Friends of the Ochils
An independent, voluntary association committed to conservation in and around the Ochils.
- Ochils Landscape Partnership
The Ochils Landscape Partnership have prepared an application for Heritage Lottery Funds which is to be submitted April in 2008. This application is for a potential £2Million of grant aid, to develop a scheme of projects that enhance, promote and conserve the historical features and activities that give the Ochil Hills their distinct local landscape character.
- Outdoor Access Scotland Website
This website is where you can find out all you need to know about statutory access rights, responsibilities, and how to manage access.
- Perth & Kinross Council - Core Paths Plan
Perth & Kinross' Adopted Core Paths Plan
- Ramblers Scotland
Ramblers Scotland is the representative body for walkers in Scotland and its overall aim is to encourage walking and public understanding of the outdoors.
- RSPB Scotland
The RSPB is the UK charity working to secure a healthy environment for birds and other wildlife.
- Scottish Countryside Access Network
Helping with work in the field of Access to the Scottish Countryside.
- Scottish Countryside Rangers' Association
The organisation for people who work for Scotland's countryside.
- Scotways - Scottish Rights of Way and Access Society
Working since 1845 to safeguard the status of Scotland's network of rights of way and other paths.
- Stirling Council - Core Paths Plan
Stirling Council's Adopted Core Paths Plan
- The Ramblers Association
Britain's biggest walking charity. Working for 70 years to promote walking and to improve conditions for everyone who walks in England, Scotland and Wales.
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