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The Ochils Landscape Partnership is part sponsoring, with University of Stirling, the fees for four M.Res. degrees on subjects in the Ochils Landscape Partnership area. Broadly the topics are: Poisoned Earths, Historic Transport Networks; Cultivation Terraces; River Devon.
These are now being advertised at http://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/AEO937/masters-research-projects/.
Anyone interested in applying should go…Continue
Congratulations to our friends at the Blane Valley allotments which officially opened (finally) on Saturday! Mary says, "All the plots are taken, and there was a grand work-in over the weekend with everyone helping to dig and rotovate each others plots, erect huts and get planting: brilliant". They deserve a gold medal for perseverence!
Pop along to the apple workshop at Green Routes at Gartmore on Saturday, 23rd June from 10.30 am – 3.30 pm, which the group is calling 'summer maintenance and bio-diversity in the orchard'. The cost is £10, which includes tea, coffee and soup. Find Green Routes on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/greenroutesgartmore.
We're delighted to announce new funding from the CSGN Development Fund 2012 to continue the Forth Valley Orchards' Initiative. The award will enable Forth Environment Link to take forward the next phase of the initiative until March 2015, focusing on developing the economic potential of orchards and expanding…Continue