Cairngorms Connect News

All the latest news from The Endangered Landscapes Programme

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Downy Willow in the foreground of a Scottish landscape composed of hills.

Restoring forests in the Cairngorms one burger at a time

Cairngorms Connect has launched a new project marketing venison, to share the story of forest expansion in the Cairngorms. Scotland…

1st September 2022

Beyond greenwashing: understanding the challenges, ambition and potential of carbon trading

2015 was a pivotal year for climate and biodiversity issues, with many countries signing up to the Paris Agreement –…

18th August 2022

Pine hoverfly reintroduction takes flight in the Cairngorms

Dappled sunlight falls through fragrant Scot’s pine boughs, warming the skin. Creamy sprays of rowan flowers shine brightly in the…

1st April 2022

Climate Change Showcase: Restoring peat bogs in the Cairngorms

In the first of our landscape restoration and climate change mini-series, Matt Burnett, the Communications Coordinator for the Endangered Landscape…

1st November 2021

Life after death – the beauty of deadwood invertebrates

Criss-crossing trunks at drunken angles, broken lichen-scarred limbs, softly rotting wood beneath further freshly fallen trunks. These might be the…

7th July 2021

Art in a landscape: An interview with Hamish Napier

The creation and experience of art in a landscape – be it music, poetry, sculpture, dance, literature, or another form…

26th June 2020