Category Archives: 25 years of SNH

New leadership’s first annual report sees year of successes and looks to the future

2017/18 was a year of change for SNH.  We welcomed a new Chair and a new CEO; and we refreshed our Corporate Plan, with an eye to the future and a stronger focus on the benefits that connecting people and … Continue reading

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25 years of SNH – from two weel-kent faces around Golspie

Kristin Scott, Unit Manager for Northern Isles & North Highland, and Ian Mitchell, Operations Officer for Projects and Rural Development, both from our Golspie office, tell us about their time with SNH. Kristin Scott When did you start working in SNH … Continue reading

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25 years of SNH – a (very) brief reflection on SNH’s first quarter century

Still busy with the natural heritage after 40 years with SNH and the Nature Conservancy Council, Ewen Cameron recalls a few of the many successes. I was a Nature Conservancy Council (NCC) Reserve Warden for 16 years, transferring to SNH’s … Continue reading

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