Many land management activities already deliver conservation and other public benefits. Our professional advisers can highlight existing good practice and suggest management changes that will deliver additional benefits. In some cases this will require minor tweaks that can be implemented at little or no cost. In other cases, more significant change is required, necessitating funding support to make it happen.
Our advisers keep themselves up to speed on all mainstream and alternative funding sources available to implement land management projects.
We most commonly assist land managers with the National Park’s Natural Heritage Grant Scheme and the Scottish Rural Development Programme.
Funding is currently available to support projects that restore wildlife and habitats and address the twin crises of biodiversity loss and climate change. If you have a project that needs funding support, please complete the expression of interest form and tell us…
Please note that this scheme is currently closed for applications. Delivery
Our Tree Planting Grant Scheme encourages small scale tree planting in the National Park.
The Scottish Government’s Scottish Rural Development Programme (SRDP) funds a range of economic, environmental and social measures for the benefit of rural Scotland. The National Park Authority helps land-based businesses with SRDP by: proactively advising land managers on their options…