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A walk on the wild side at Clachtoll

Another rough week of weather but the sun tried to shine for us and people came out to join myself, Andy, David and Avril on a walk around Clachtoll, learning about wildlife recording and its importance. So fully waterproofed up (just in case!), we headed out! Assynt Field Club, of which Andy, David and Avril

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New nature trail unveiled in Assynt

A new nature trail has been opened at Glencanisp Lodge in Assynt to formally launch one of Europe’s largest landscape scale conservation projects. The trail is part of the Coigach & Assynt Living Landscape Partnership Scheme and has been created by the Assynt Foundation with funding from players of the National Lottery through the Heritage

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National Tree Week at Little Assynt Tree Nursery

Last week we celebrated National Tree Week at Little Assynt Tree Nursery with the reopening of our Gaelic Alphabet Tree Trail. Pupils from Lochinver Primary School prepared tags with the Gaelic names for each of the trees and the letter they represent in the Gaelic Alphabet. Pupils then took us on a tour of the trail.

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What's On… at Quinag!

Fancy an amphibian encounter or the benefit of the expertise of local Naturalist Ian Evan to explore the wildlife and plants of Quinag?  Or perhaps you would like to make a contribution to conservation with your time and effort as a JMT volunteer?   Romany Garnett, Quinag Conservation Officer with John Muir Trust shares the schedule of

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NC500 Wildlife Festival 28th May- 5th June 2016

As we are perfectly positioned on the NC500 route, it gives us the opportunity to be part of the NC500 Wildlife Festival 2016! We are hosting the ‘Secret Life of Trees’ event on Friday 3rd June 1pm-4pm at Little Assynt Tree Nursery. It’s your chance to peek behind the scenes at the conservation of our

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JMT Quinag 2016 Walks Schedule

John Muir Trust has released the dates for the Quinag 2016 Walks Schedule.  Get the most from the landscape by joining Romany Garnett, Quinag Conservation Officer, to explore the many aspects of Quinag, including not only the three corbett peaks, but also its ancient woodland and coast. Download the schedule!  

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Quinag guided walks programme 2016

John Muir Trust publishes its Quinag guided walks programme 2016.  Plenty of dates for your diary and an ideal way to appreciate the extent and majesty of this 808m mountain, home of three corbetts! Download the programme!

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Juniper Walk

Little Assynt Tree Nursery are planning a walk to collect Juniper berries on Wednesday 27th January at Loch an Aon Aite. It is a lovely walk along the Clachtoll peat road. It will take about an hour to get to our picking site, so there’s plenty time to soak up the views and spot wildlife. Come

Coigach & Assynt Living Landscape
Coigach & Assynt Living LandscapeWednesday, February 13th, 2019 at 3:59pm

Upcoming improving croftland workshop in Achiltibuie. Free transport available from Assynt. See post below for further details

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Coigach & Assynt Living LandscapeMonday, February 11th, 2019 at 4:24pm

Just 3 weeks left to get your project ideas submitted for our Community Grants Scheme. Deadline 12 noon Monday 4th March. Find out more about the grants available at www.coigach-assynt.org/communitygrants

Coigach & Assynt Living LandscapeFriday, February 15th, 2019 at 6:18pm
Coigach & Assynt Living LandscapeFriday, February 15th, 2019 at 1:19pm

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