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Woodland Projects

Cumbernauld Living Landscape is working with North Lanarkshire Council to improve woodlands in selected locations across the town. Although Cumbernauld is a very green town, many of its woodlands are densely populated with non-native trees. These don’t always provide ideal homes for wildlife. In some areas trees are also vulnerable to storm damage, creating a risk of

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Nectar Networks

We’re working with North Lanarkshire Council to create a series of ‘Nectar Networks’ across Cumbernauld. Nectar Networks are managed areas of naturalised grassland, often featuring native wildflowers. They are wildlife havens, creating vital habitat for a great variety of bees, butterflies and other pollinating insects. They can also develop into beautiful landscape features, especially when

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Wild Ways Well

Spending time with nature improves wellbeing The Wild Ways Well project aims to demonstrate what most of us already know instinctively. Spending time outdoors, amongst nature, makes people feel better about themselves and their lives. In partnership with The Conservation Volunteers (TCV) Cumbernauld Living Landscape are using an internationally recognised wellbeing framework called the Five

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Green Routes

Green routes detailed design Cumbernauld Green Routes is part of the Cumbernauld Living Landscape program. It is looking to transform the centre of Cumbernauld and its links to surrounding communities by creating green routes which are accessible, safe and enjoyable. Following the successful feasibility project we are currently looking into detailed designs for the route