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    Peak Partner

    For many years, Wilderness Scotland has supported the conservation group, the John Muir Trust in their work to protect and preserve Scotland’s wild places. We are recognised as a “Peak Partner” of the John Muir Trust and for nearly 20 years now have provided both financial and in-kind support to the Trust’s work. Previous projects with the John Muir Trust have included native reforestation on Knoydart and mountain path restoration on the Isle of Skye.

    Watch this short film to learn how the John Muir Trust are conserving wild land on the Isle of Skye.

    Mountain Woodland Project

    Our current project with the John Muir Trust which will be supporting for the next 3 years is a Mountain Woodland Project on the slopes of the iconic Perthshire mountain of Schiehallion. True mountain woodland habitats are largely absent in modern day Scotland due to herbivore grazing pressures. The project on Schiehallion seeks to change that by creating a varied habitat that links low-level woodland to the alpine zone bringing biodiversity, aesthetic and carbon benefits.

    The financial support delivered via the Wilderness Conservation & Community Fund (WCCF) will be bolstered by regular volunteer work groups from the Wilderness team to provide resources to undertake groundwork and assist with tree planting.


    Learn more about Wilderness Scotland’s commitment to sustainable tourism.

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