News

The Flows to the Future Project is ending in Autumn 2019. After this time there will be limited updates on this news page. Please feel free to have a browse through past news stories and blogs to get a taster for what went on during the five years of the project.

New Opportunity for a Residential Volunteer

The Flows to the Future project is looking for a residential volunteer who will focus on people engagement. Accommodation is available in our brand new Flows Field Centre!
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Peatland species in the Flows

Survey data from the field is an important source for conservation work and site management. With a series of short stories we uncover the different surveys that are taking place in the Flow Country. No. 3 - Species monitoring
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Curlew monitoring in Caithness

Survey data from the field is an important source for conservation work and site management. With a series of short stories we uncover the different surveys that are taking place in the Flow Country. No 2 - Curlews
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Surveying in and on the Flow Country lochs

Survey data from the field is an important source for conservation work and site management. With a series of short stories we uncover the different surveys that are taking place in the Flow Country.
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The Flow Country in full HD

You can now stream the Flow Country documentary online, and in superb HD image quality.
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Digital Launch Coming to Caithness Horizons

The launch of the Flow Country Digital Model and Computer Game promises to be an unbeatable Saturday afternoon when it is held at Caithness Horizons on 25th June.
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Awards Success for Flows Lookout

The Flows Lookout scoops top architectural award at RIAS centenary celebration.
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Screenings of The Flow Country film in Bettyhill and Thurso

A trailer is now available for the new Flow Country film, which will be screening in Bettyhill and Thurso.
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Schools visiting Forsinard's peat bogs

During the last term of this school year several school classes visit Forsinard.
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Peatland Walks Week in the Flow Country

Come along on walks in the Flow Country, led by the Highland Council Rangers
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