The latest ‘Paddler’ ezine is now available to read online and in print.  As always there are some great articles, but our favourite this time around is ‘In love with the NW Highlands’, a great article with some great ideas about where to go paddling in the remote, north-west Scotland. It’s not all about hard-core

Kickstart a conversation in your school wherever you are on World Ocean Day. June 8th, 2018. More people are talking about the ocean than ever this year and if you want to be part of starting an even bigger conversation in schools across the UK through, get involved in World Ocean Day. The Wild Network

The John Muir Trust has joined with author Robert Macfarlane and artist Jackie Morris to promote their new book ‘The Lost Words’, an enchanting collaboration that conjures back to glorious life some natural words fading from usage, and create resources for use in schools and education settings. A Literacy & Nature Resource Guide has been

This is a great read, and a book that I’ve looked at on quite a number of occasions now, either just for interest or for example, when I was looking for information in the lead up to my Summer Mountain Leader assessment. A great idea for a Christmas pressie, perhaps? About the book: This is

According to the Marine Conservation Society, Scotland has the highest average litter levels in the UK of six out of the seven sewage-related debris items: condoms, cotton bud sticks, nappies, tampons/tampon applicators, toilet fresheners, and sanitary towels/pantyliners/backing strips. What’s more, last year’s Beachwatch Big Weekend revealed that litter levels on Scottish beaches increased by 24%,

Speaking to a mate recently, he mentioned a book he was reading that sounded really interesting.  If you’re a seasoned hill walker/ munro-bagger or perhaps someone just looking for a big challenge then this book might provide the inspiration you need. ‘Ribbon of Wildness– Discovering the Watershed of Scotland’ provides a mix of narrative which