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Green Village Romania – 2017
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Green Village Romania – 2017

The day at the fruit tree nursery was such an interesting experience for me as they were propagating fruit trees using a technique that I had never encountered before. This has been such a unique experience and everyday brought different aspects of learning into my life in the most creative ways.

Local Crafts & Vernacular Building Techniques as Core Elements of Sustainable Rural Communities – CYPRUS 23rd – 30th September 2017
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Local Crafts & Vernacular Building Techniques as Core Elements of Sustainable Rural Communities – CYPRUS 23rd – 30th September 2017

The aim of this structured visit is to provide people living and working in Scotland with the opportunity to see and experience how communities and craftspeople in rural Cyprus are maintaining and developing traditional skills such as pottery, jewellery making, building techniques as part of a vibrant and sustainable local economy.

Deer and Gamebird Hunting Management in Norway – 2017
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Deer and Gamebird Hunting Management in Norway – 2017

In this context, I was particularly interested during my recent visit to Hogskolen I Hedmark, Norway and the associated structured course, to explore how hunting systems and natural wildlife resources were administrated in that country to inform my understanding as to how systems might be improved in the future in Scotland.

Islands, Iconic wildlife, Ice roads and Independence
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Islands, Iconic wildlife, Ice roads and Independence

Estonian exchange trip August 2014 Kirsty Rosie, Highland Council Ranger Service The project On August 23rd 2014, six Scottish delegates set off on a journey across the north and Baltic seas to visit Estonia. The project was promoted by Arch Network; a Scottish Non-Government Organisation based in Comrie, Perthshire, promoting learning and development in natural […]

Easter in Cyprus Jill de Fesnes
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Easter in Cyprus Jill de Fesnes

“Discussion took place about how this type of activity could be promoted – both in Cyprus and back home in Scotland, if foraging walks or mountain biking trails could be advertised either as written texts, mobile phone applications – or as guided tours, with descriptions of the local environment, plants and wildlife incorporated into them. […]

Finland Joint Report NE10 2013
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Finland Joint Report NE10 2013

The Nature Exchange provided us with an opportunity to see first hand the management effort applied in various forests to create a diversity of habitats and encourage a wide variety of species. It also demonstrated the variety of access options to the countryside. The species and the evidence of same that we encountered on our […]

Latvia Joint Report 2013
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Latvia Joint Report 2013

At first glance, Latvia is a land of forests and woodlands – some natural, pristine and undisturbed, while others are expertly managed for the benefit of biodiversity, access, recreation and timber production. Interspersed among the forests are many farms and homesteads, managing the land in a welcome low-intensive way and many with their own special […]

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