Tag Archives: wild flowers

Bringing butterflies and bees back to Skolie Burn SSSI

Since starting a Community Woodland group, Ian Records’ life has changed completely – dropping leaflets, knocking on doors, writing up woodland management plans and doing flower surveys.  Here, he tells how a protected area can galvanise a local community to take action to improve their local area for people and wildlife. Continue reading

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Wool and wildflowers

The connection isn’t obvious but Claire Bennett, Scotland Partnership Manager of Grow Wild, has found a creative avenue to indulge both of her passions. I am a crochet artist making wearables and botanic-inspired pieces and for the recent Wool Week … Continue reading

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News from St Cyrus National Nature Reserve

Therese Alampo is Reserve Manager at St Cyrus National Nature Reserve. Here she provides an update on what has been happening on this popular reserve which lies four miles north of Montrose off the A92. I actually don’t know where … Continue reading

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