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Community grants available through the CALLP scheme

Coigach & Assynt Living Landscape Partnership is now open to expressions of interest for project funding from its Community Grants Scheme. Funding of up to £1000 for individuals, and £5000 for groups and businesses is available to assist projects that complement the work of the wider Landscape Partnership Scheme. If you have a great idea

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Tenders out for Woodland Project

The main aim of our woodland expansion project is to protect, connect and expand native woodland in Coigach and Assynt. Tenders are out now for ground preparation and fencing work at Druim Suardalain. If you would like to be contacted about future tree planting work, are interested in your own woodland scheme or would like

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Open Invitation to Community for CALL Steering Meetings

All meetings of the CALL steering group are open to interested members of the public, the next meeting is on 27th June at Glencanisp.  Come along and find out what’s going on! In the past the Coigach – Assynt Living Landscape Steering Group has been open to the public.  However it was agreed last March

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CALLP Update

A detailed Stage Two Application was submitted to the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) in November 2015. This is for a Landscape Partnership Scheme comprising 14 partner organisations (most of whom are local to the area) working together to deliver twenty eight individual projects over five years, with a staff team of six people employed directly

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Cogach Assint Living Landscape Welcome Historic Assynt to Partnership

It is with great pleasure that that Coigach – Assynt Living Landscape welcomes Historic Assynt to the partnership.  Following the request of Historic Assynt to join the Coigach Assynt Living Landscape, the Steering Group unanimously and enthusiastically approved the request last March 2016, and look forward to Historic Assynt joining the growing partnership. Coigach –

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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