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The Coigach & Assynt Living Landscape Partnership Scheme’s 28 individual projects have been grouped into four themes, by which they are managed by the CALLP Staff Team and through the project sub groups. The themes and the projects which sit under each are as follows:

Land and Conservation Management

  • Woodland Expansion
  • Hazel Wood Audit
  • Freshwater Lochan Survey
  • High Value Open Habitats
  • Soil Fertility Research

People, Training and Wildlife

  • Outdoor and Woodland Learning
  • Woodland Artisan Courses
  • Marine Project
  • Natural Heritage Data
  • Crofting Project
  • Sustainable Deer Management
  • Community Grants Scheme

Paths and Access

  • Postie’s Path
  • Acheninver Coastal Path
  • Quinag Summit Path
  • Polbain Coastal Path
  • Suilven Path Restoration
  • Glencanisp Nature Trail
  • Glencanisp Wildlife Hide
  • Culag & Little Assynt Paths
  • Landscape Routes App

Built and Cultural Heritage

  • Salmon Fishing Bothies
  • Badentarbet Old Ice House
  • Achlochan Coastal Heritage
  • Tanera Mor Bothy
  • Clachtoll Broch
  • Artist in Residence
  • Music and Tales

More information on all of the scheme’s projects can be found in the CALLP LCAP Projects summary

The Coigach & Assynt Living Landscape Partnership Scheme is a Heritage Lottery Funded project comprising 14 Partner organisations, of which the Scottish Wildlife Trust is the lead partner. The Partnership comprises community land-owners, community interest groups, charitable land-owners, private land-owners and charitable membership organisations. Collectively these Partners are committed to delivering a Scheme comprising 28 individual projects over 5 years to September 2021.

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