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Statement on Loch Long Fish Farm planning application


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James Stuart, Convenor of Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park Authority, said: “Today (Monday 31st October) the National Park Authority Board refused an application for a marine fish farm below Beinn Reithe, Loch Long. “This decision was taken following…

Step into nature to reduce feelings of stress

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Visitor Information & Engagement Officer Craig Gavigan, shares with us his favourite spot in the National Park to connect with nature and escape a world of 'notifications' - Creag an Tuirc.

How To Observe Nature Respectfully

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Our friends at RSPB have put together these top tips on how to be respectful when observing the abundance of wildlife when visiting the National Park.

International Youth Day

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International Youth Day 2022 aims to highlight the value of intergenerational solidarity for a more sustainable future.

Our Chief Executive reflects on 20 years of the National Park

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20 years on from the day Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park was officially opened, our Chief Executive Gordon Watson shares his reflections on the last 20 years, and his thoughts on the opportunities and challenges that lie ahead.…

A look forward from Board member and Convenor James Stuart

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As we celebrate 20 years of Loch Lomond & The Trosscahs National Park, Board member and Convenor James Stuart reflects on the changes, challenges, and celebrations from his time on the Board, and considers the mission ahead.

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