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Charity is wild about wind farm funding

Charity is wild about wind farm funding

Charity is wild about wind farm funding

Wild Things will use £7500 from the Berry Burn wind farm Community Fund towards the cost of a new minibus.


Climate change documentary filmed at Findhorn Foundation

Climate change documentary filmed at Findhorn Foundation

Climate change documentary filmed at Findhorn Foundation

Lorenz Gramann's 'Inner Climate Change' focuses on the effects of last April's Climate Change and Consciousness conference.


Blairs Loch project granted £20k boost

Blairs Loch project granted £20k boost

Blairs Loch project granted £20k boost

Friends of Blairs Loch will use the money towards extending and re-developing the stable building at Loch of Blairs.


Forres to take part in wildflower pilot

Forres to take part in wildflower pilot

Forres to take part in wildflower pilot

Moray Council will start a wildflowering scheme in three areas of Forres this summer.


Soldiers went back to school for garden duty

Soldiers went back to school for garden duty

Soldiers went back to school for garden duty

Soldiers from Kinloss Barracks helped re-vamp garden areas at Forres Academy.


Fruit orchard volunteers need help

Fruit orchard volunteers need help

Fruit orchard volunteers need help

Having already planted fruit trees at Mannachie park and by the Mosset duck pond, the orchards team are hoping to expand.


Soldiers improve Dava Way walk

Soldiers improve Dava Way walk

Soldiers improve Dava Way walk

Kinloss Barrack's 39 Engineer Regiment offered helped the Dava Way Association (DWA) clear a section near the Clashdhu Cutting.


MSP backing Abbey refurbishment

MSP backing Abbey refurbishment

MSP backing Abbey refurbishment

Richard Lochhead was shown around the Abbot's House by the Kinloss Abbey Trust.


Berry Burn Comunity Fund finances nine local projects

Berry Burn Comunity Fund finances nine local projects

Berry Burn Comunity Fund finances nine local projects

Funding of more than £60,000 generated by natural energy has been awarded to nine local groups.


Next door is most biodiverse in UK

Next door is most biodiverse in UK

Next door is most biodiverse in UK

Findhorn, Nairn and Lossie Fisheries Trust chairman Bob Laughton on why the Highlands come out on top.


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