Cumbernauld Living Landscape is enhancing, restoring and reconnecting green areas of the town by protecting and improving woodland, restoring lowland peat bogs and connecting communities to their local wildlife.
It is working with people across the town to connect them to nature and make sure everyone can benefit from the town’s amazing woodlands, parks and wetlands.
The partnership project is led by the Scottish Wildlife Trust, North Lanarkshire Council, Forestry Commission Scotland and The Conservation Volunteers, supported by community partners across the town.
You can read the latest news and blog posts from across the project. Find out what we have been up to, join the conversation and find how you can get involved.
Explore how you can get involved in the Living Landscape. Volunteer your time, learn some new skills or get fit . We have something for everyone from practical conservation with the Nature Ninjas, wild walks and health and wellbeing groups.
You can also find out more about the other groups working in Cumbernauld, see what is going on in your neighborhood and download resources for children’s groups.