Inspiring Change News

All the latest news from The Endangered Landscapes Programme

Pioneering art festival connects culture and restoration in the Greater Côa Valley

Organised and managed by the Rewilding Portugal team, and funded by the Endangered Landscapes Programme, the “CÔA – Corridor of…

11th August 2023

Cairngorms Connect tree nursery at RSPB Abernethy reserve in the Cairngorms National Park, Scotland.

Notes from the Cairngorms Connect Tree Nursery: Just a volunteer?

Kate has long been a part of the Tree Nursery at RSPB Abernethy Reserve in the Cairngorms Connect restoration landscape.…

1st June 2023

Four Endangered Landscapes Programme Artist Residencies announce extensions

We are delighted to announce the Endangered Landscape Artist Residency extensions in four of our restoration landscapes. Building on the…

24th May 2023

Two Endangered Landscapes Programme project leads awarded prestigious Goldman Environmental Prize

Awarded annually to environmental heroes from each of the world’s six inhabited continental regions, the Goldman Environmental Prize honours the…

26th April 2023

First urban food forest planted in Mura-Drava-Danube project area

Mura-Drava-Danube project partner WWF Adria began their “food forests” initiative by engaging the local community to start planting edible crops…

6th April 2023

First-ever Scottish wildcat release approved in the Cairngorms Connect landscape

NatureScot has approved a licence application from the Saving Wildcats partnership to release wildcats (Felis silvestris) in the Cairngorms Connect…

29th March 2023