07 February 2023
7 February 2023 - Alyson Hunter is the Garnock Connections Landscape Partnership Project Manager. That’s a huge undertaking as this is a far-reaching venture covering 28 distinct projects.
13 December 2022 In Inverness a green infrastructure project is set to deliver a transformation of the most positive variety.
01 December 2022 - This project used small scale green infrastructure interventions to improve Queensland Gardens in Glasgow
19 July 2022 - One of many legacy projects to capture the affections of Glaswegians was the regeneration of the area around Cuningar Loop, home to a woodland park.
June 2022 - In 2009 the local community around Toryglen began work with Urban Roots to manage Malls Mire woodlands. Now open is the £3.3m Malls Mire Park, revealing a fantastic transformation.
21 June 2022 - Rising from the rubble of the demolished St Eunan’s Primary School site is the new Melfort Park. The site was contaminated, making it unsuitable for housing development, forcing a change of plan.
The project will provide additional woodland walkways including an riverside boardwalks; further seating/picnic areas, interpretation points and river viewpoints; areas for wildflower planting and plants to encourage butterfly basking; an education zone; and a cycle storage area.
2 March 2022 - Can you spot the Isle of Arran? Yes, that is how amazing the views are. Make sure you use the chute. Join Robert Alston on a tour of this site, and you will come away enthused with how people can really make a difference.
28 October 2021 - Adaica Rodriguez has certainly packed variety into her working life. She has enjoyed an interesting career. However, a stint working in Aberdeen on a Green Infrastructure site remains amongst her fondest memories.
Farmers and land managers are urged to take part in a survey that seeks to better understand how Scotland’s adder population is faring.
Sue Walker, Peatland ACTION Communications Officer, explains the vital role of Scotland’s peatlands.
NatureScot has concluded its intervention powers to carry out a cull of red deer in Sutherland to protect designated habitats.
Read all about Darwin's observations on the importance of pollination.
A wealth of projects to help pollinators are taking place across Scotland to tackle biodiversity loss and the nature crisis.
Today's blog looks at the global fight to restore and protect this crucial habitat.