Current projects

Valuing natural capital

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Peatland ACTION

Working as part of a national team managed by Scottish Natural Heritage, our project officer provides advice to land managers on peatland restoration and helps with applications to the Peatland Action fund for restoration.

For more information click here

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Peatland ACTION training

The Crichton Carbon Centre, on behalf of Peatland ACTION, will be running peatland restoration events designed for contractors and project managers wishing to learn more about peatland restoration projects, planning and delivery.

For more information or to book your space click here

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Peatland Connections

Peatland Connections will be using creative methods to link people back to their peatlands. The aim of the project is to engage people with peatland land-use decisions, and create a decision-making tool with input from various land users. The project is funded by Galloway Glens Landscape Partnership and Esmée Fairbairn Foundation.

For more information, visit the project's dedicated website here.

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Biosphere explorers

Biosphere Explorers builds on our successful Carbon Busters programme which was rolled out to over 60 schools across Dumfries and Galloway.

 

The first run of this project ended in Jan 2021. It was a two year project seeking to reconnect those living throughout the Ken-Dee catchment (Carsphairn to Kirkcudbright) with their natural environment and the benefits it can provide.

The second run of the project launched in June 2021.

 

For more information click here

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Previous projects

We continually seek to link research with practice and are proud of our track record of applied and academic work. We carry out work for departments of the UK and Scottish Government, Government Agencies, NGO's, businesses and research institutes.

For information on our previous projects click here