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Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF)

HLF provides support for heritage projects.

Heritage Paths

The project is, to collect as much knowledge as possible of old paths in Scotland, and to promote the existence and heritage of these paths for the public’s benefit.

Scotland’s Big 5

As part of the Year of Natural Heritage 2013 the Big 5 are creatures that have been chosen to represent Scotland’s wildlife at its best. The challenge is to find them and if possible record your discovery.

Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH)

SNH is a Scottish Government agency with prime ¬†responsibility for Scotland’s natural heritage in all its forms, apart from its seas, for which see Marine Scotland

Scottish Ten Project

This is a unique partnership of Historic Scotland,¬† the Scottish heritage agency and Glasgow School of Art Digital Design Studio.¬† It is an ambitious five year project to create exceptionally accurate digital models of Scotland’s five UNESCO designated World Heritage sites, and five overseas sites. The Scottish sites are Edinburgh New Town, Edinburgh Old Town, the heart of Neolithic Orkney, the Antonine Wall, New Lanark and St Kilda, as the only UK site designated for both its cultural and natural significance. The overseas sites are listed on the official database via the i button.

The Great Trossachs Forest

One of the most ambitious native woodland regeneration projects to take place in the UK for a generation. It is a partnership project between Forestry Commission Scotland, RSPB Scotland and the woodland Trust Scotland.

The Great Trossachs Path

On 26 Aug 13 plans were launched for this new 35 mile walking route, which will link the West Highland Way with the Rob Roy Way. It will open for walkers in 2015

Year of Natural Scotland 2013

The aim of Year of Natural Scotland 2013 is to promote Scotland’s stunning natural beauty and biodiversity, and promote opportunities for visitors to enjoy our beautiful landscapes, wildlife and heritage.

Scottish Achievement, Influence & Heritage is a work in progress