20 Years of Action for Biodiversity in North East Scotland

Thursday 23rd of March 2017

The North East Scotland Biodiversity Partnership was one of four pilot Local Biodiversity Action Plan Partnerships (LBAPs) set up two decades ago to deliver action for biodiversity at a local level for Scotland. Through the tremendous support and hard work of many groups and individuals, the Partnership has gone from strength to strength, delivering action on a range of issues including species protection, habitat creation, invasive non-native species control, community engagement and awareness-raising. To celebrate the 20th anniversary, we have drawn together just a few of the projects that highlight how an incredible range of people, from local authorities, to conservation organisations, community groups and volunteers are doing their bit to enhance and protect the outstanding natural environment of North East Scotland.

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