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CJS Support Part Time Position at the Tree Nursery

Community Jobs Scotland has awarded a supported position, open to unemployed, vulnerable young (16-29 years old) people, to work at Little Assynt Tree Nursery.  The Community Tree Nursery Assistant is a 25 hrs a week position, for a 26 week period. To apply for the position contact Jobcentre Plus or a Skills Development Scotland advisor to

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NOW RECRUITING for Landscape Partnership Scheme

The Coigach – Assynt Living Landscape is now recruiting for three full time positions to assist in implementing the Landscape Partnership Scheme.  These positions are: Assistant Scheme Manager Education Manager Woodland Manager Download the recruitment poster for application details and application deadlines.

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Work Opportunity with CALL

Little Assynt Tree Nursery Seed Collection Organiser Contract In partnership with the Royal Botanical Gardens, Kew, Little Assynt Tree Nursery is to collect local tree seed for the Millennium Seed Bank Partnership.  The Little Assynt Tree Nursery is a project of Coigach Assynt Living Landscape (CALL). The Nursery is looking to contract a Seed Collection

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Coastal Community Funds have provided funds for an Outreach Officer for Little Assynt Tree Nursery, part of the Coigach and Assynt Living Landscape. See attached advertisement for details.

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Little Assynt Tree Nursery Partners with Kew Gardens

The Assynt News featured Little Assynt Tree Nursery as it has been invited to partner with Kew Gardens in the UK National Tree Seed Project, and the Nursery as a result had advertised for a Seed Collection Organiser.

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Tree Nursery Advertises for Seed Collector

The Little Assynt Tree Nursery has been invited by Royal Botanical Gardens Kew to join the Millennium Seed Bank Partnership. The Millennium Seed Bank Partnership is the largest ex situ plant conservation programme in the world.  Further details about the UK National Tree Seed Project component of the Millennium Seed Bank Partnership can be found

Coigach & Assynt LLFriday, July 21st, 2017 at 6:18pm

RT @jahlandscapes: Loch Assynt from Quinag, brought to you by the Scottish summer, and greatly assisted by excellent path work by @JohnMuir

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RT @UllapoolCraic: Isle Martin Ferry

The Isle Martin Trust will be running a ferry from the IMT jetty at Ardmair each weekend... https…

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The BBC's Landward programme picked a fantastic day to film our Soil Fertility Research project with North West Highlands Geopark and University of Stirling!

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