The John Muir Way has been heralded as a great success today (Wednesday 24th December 2014) on the 100th anniversary of the death of the renowned naturalist.
Local communities in Glasgow will benefit from a new agreement between the Central Scotland Green Network (CSGN) and Glasgow City Council, which will help to improve the social, physical, cultural and environmental well-being of the area.
Eastfield Primary School creates outdoor learning garden.
Central Scotland projects that breathe new life into vacant and derelict land, boost active travel and improve the lives of disadvantaged communities can now apply for a share of a £500,000 cash boost.
Germiston Allotment Association in Glasgow has upgraded its newly created allotment site for the benefit of local children.
Doonvale Nursery in South Ayrshire has created an outdoor learning space following a recent funding award.
Friends of the Plantation has increased tree planting in Holm Plantation which links Ardrossan and Saltcoats.
Gorgie City Farm in Edinburgh has created an African style keyhole garden for the benefit of the local community.
Methilhill Community Children’s Initiative in Fife has created an outdoor learning garden for the benefit of local children and young people.
Linnvale Primary Eco Group in Clydebank has transformed a piece of grassy land into an outdoor learning garden.
CSGN Boost For RSPB Future Tides Initiative
West Dunbartonshire Council Signs Green Network Concordat
East Renfrewshire Council Signs Green Network Concordat
New John Muir Way to Bring Jobs to West Dunbartonshire
New John Muir Way to Bring Jobs to North Lanarkshire
New John Muir Way to Bring Jobs to East Lothian
New John Muir Way to Bring Jobs to Argyll and Bute