Up to date news and stories from The Conservation Volunteers in Scotland.
Over 70 people packed into the Stirling Boys Club hall on 26 February to celebrate the work of TCV's Natural Communities programme to connect people with their local environment. The programme was initiated in...Read more
Thick gauntlets were essential equipment for a group of staff from the University of Glasgow as they cleared gorse bushes from Knocknairshill, overlooking Greenock.
Knocknairshill includes a Site of Special...Read more
The Seven Lochs Wetland Park, between Glasgow and Coatbridge, is the location for a wide range of volunteer activities, community events and guided walks.
There was a great turnout for the recent guided walk led by...Read more
Sharing experiences and information is the aim of the programme of free Forum Exchanges run by TCV Scotland and partner organisations belonging to the Forum for Environmental Volunteering Activity (FEVA...Read more
These youngsters from Keiss Primary School in Caithness recently helped The Conservation Volunteers transplant a million individual Marram plants to prevent sand dune erosion on the coast near Wick.
More details of...Read more