Vision: An internationally-renowned landscape, where nature, heritage, land and water are valued, managed, and enhanced to provide multiple benefits for people and nature.
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Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park is home to some of the most iconic wildlife and landscapes found in Scotland and draws visitors from across the globe. The famous lochs, forests and mountains of the area are an historic part of the Scottish culture and make a huge contribution to the country, as well as being a haven for nature. Across the Park 67 sites are designated for their special nature conservation value.
However the natural environment of the Park faces significant threats including:
Our aim with the outcomes set out in this chapter, is to work towards overcoming these threats and achieving a vision of improving ecosystems, in order to create a more sustainable long term future for both people and nature.