Cumbernauld Living Landscape

Species and habitats

 

Restoring ancient woodland

(C) Katrina Martin (80) Tim Hall, Head of Operations at the Woodland Trust Scotland, takes a journey through Scotland's ancient woodlands and highlights the importance of restoring this incredible habitat. This was recently published in the Scottish Wildlife Trusts, 50 for the Future blog, listing 50 things that they believe should happen in Scotland over the next 50 years to benefit both people and wildlife.  … read more

Go Wild at St Maurice's Pond

 

 

Photo courtesy of Beth Chalmers
Photo courtesy Beth Chalmers

To help celebrate National Meadows Day This Saturday (2nd July) from 11am until 3pm we will be teaming up with Froglife's Dragonfinder project and Buglife to bring you some exciting (FREE!) activities at St. Maurice’s Pond. 

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Living Windows - Natural Connections

Members of the community catching up with the activities of the young people of Cumbernauld and their work to improve local greenspace sites

 

Celebrating Living Landscapes at Gardening Scotland

The Gardening Scotland Living Landscape team

Last weekend Cumbernauld Living Landscape along with the Edinburgh and Coigach-Assynt Living Landscapes had the pleasure of hosting several stalls at Gardening Scotland at the Ingliston Royal Highland Centre.  We were situated in the Living Garden exhibit alongside the wonderful One Planet Picnic Pocket Gardens designed and built by Eco School students throughout Scotland. … read more

Day 7 #30DaysWild

Day 7 #30DaysWild - Milish the pine marten looks in wonder a the Scottish Wildlife Trust Ospreycam

 

Day 6 #30DaysWild

Day 6 #30DaysWild - found a tiny birds nest and looked up to find another in it's place #buildbetter

 

Day 5 #30DaysWild

Day 5 #30DaysWild - catching the beautiful colour's of broom

 

Programme leaders

Scottish Wildlife Trust   North Lanarkshire Council   Forestry Commission   Central Scotland Green Network  North Lanarkshire Council