Transitions to Agroecological Systems - Farmers Experience - LUPG Report - March 2018
Following damage to a flame shell bed in Loch Carron in 2017, Marine Scotland asked SNH to provide advice on
It might sound odd, but volunteers are being asked to come along and remove flowers to improve Inverbervie's countryside.
Scotland’s new Minister for Rural Affairs and the Natural Environment, Mairi Gougeon MSP, announced more than £600,000 of funding for Outdoor Learning.
Terns, waders, divers and ducks are 'flocking back' to their native Outer Hebrides, following the success of a complex and challenging 17-year programme to eradicate the American mink and its devastating effect on native wildlife.
After declines since the 1980s, the number of Scotland's breeding seabirds appears to have increased slightly.
Scotland's young people are set to take a new role in making space for nature in our cities, helping to develop urban nature parks and developing their own nature projects through a new £100,000 Scottish Natural Heritage Fund.
Budding naturalists at Blackridge Primary School wowed Scottish Natural Heritage with their camera footage of local wildlife and scooped a top national prize.
Budding naturalists at Hillhead Primary School wowed Scottish Natural Heritage with their camera footage of local wildlife and scooped a top national prize.
The £3.34 million Scottish Invasive Species Initiative was officially launched on 18 June by Scottish Natural Heritage with the help of pupils from Ben Wyvis primary school.