Come and have fun at Castlebank Park
Pull on your wellies and grab a pencil - it's time to get involved in the Clyde and Avon Valley Wildlife Challenge and 500 Words Competition 2017!
Get involved - Larkhall, Lanark, Carluke, Stonehouse and Glassford
Get fitter, save money and get to know your local area better
Round and About; Borelands; and Love and Landscape trails
Coming to a town or village near you
A Periscope Walk around the village of Glassford.
Help preserve Carluke's hidden wilderness
Explore the Edgelands. The wilderness on your doorstep.
Project celebrates Robert Owen's legacy on the 200th anniversary of his Institute
Five primary 6 pupils from Underbank Primary in Crossford have been learning all about cooking in the outdoors.
Paddling, campfires and woodland antics
Primary schools in the Clyde and Avon Valleys are being encouraged to get involved in a biodiversity campaign to engage pupils in learning about orchards and the environment.
Education project celebrating the return of the salmon to the Avon Water
Netherton kids play their part in creating a new local woodland area at Carbarns Highwood.
Primary schools in the Landscape Partnership area participated in a Schools Orchard project
Primary 2/3 pupils from Underbank Primary School recently held a showcase of their learning to demonstrate their new Forest School skills.
After a series of successful biodiversity education campaigns such as Love Our Ladybirds, Central Scotland Green Network Trust are turning their attention to Orchards for 2015.
To date, 21 of the 29 schools in the CAVLP area have been given a School Orchard pack and had sessions with one of the organisations above on planning, planting and maintaining their orchard, and now it's time for the remaining 8 to get involved too.
Brown trout set free in the Avon Water and it's tributaries as part of the Salmon Homecoming education project
Blog from Susan McNeish, South Lanarkshire Countryside Rangers
FREE family fun in a Clyde Valley woodland near you
Deadline for submission 26th January : Residency to run during February
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