The Community of Arran Seabed Trust is a community group striving to improve the marine environment around Arran and the Firth of Clyde. We were the driving force behind Scotland’s first Community Marine Reserve in Lamlash Bay.
Green Scotland online community connects the people of Scotland with the businesses, charities, groups and individuals that can provide them with the required information, services and supplies for green living.
Rewilding Europe is working to make Europe a wilder place with more space for wildlife, wilderness and natural processes; bringing back the variety of life for us all to enjoy and exploring new ways for people to earn a fair living from the wild.
Wildwood Trust’s mission is to share animal expertise for rewilding projects and inspire in the minds of people the wildlife that was once harboured in our wild woods and wild places and give them the ability to play a role in its protection & restoration.
Roy Dennis Wildlife Foundation is a non-membership charitable trust dedicated to wildlife conservation and research, with a special emphasis on species recovery projects and the restoration of natural ecosystems.
Wild Intrigue provides wildlife expeditions to inspire, educate and rewild. Expeditioneers gain practical training in wildlife surveying and media skills, whilst exploring and conserving beautiful, wild locations.
The Nevis Partnership aspires to safeguard, manage and where appropriate enhance the environmental qualities and opportunities for visitor enjoyment and appreciation of the Nevis area. We are committed to action and investment in the area.
We want to help spread the wealth and help our coastal communities prosper by making sure that the value of a healthy sea flows to the many, rather than further concentrating wealth in the nets of a few.
Aigas Field Centre is dedicated to environmental education and conservation. As well as offering group learning holidays and seeing over 5000 children each year, the centre is at the forefront of nature conservation in the Scottish Highlands.