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.

Consultation Begins - Drop in Sessions and Online Portal

The Flow Country Partnership is taking its project on the road for a 16-day consultation tour of Caithness and Sutherland.
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First draft of Proposed Flow Country World Heritage Site Boundary released alongside time-table for consultation: Putting the Flow Country on the mapNew Blog Post

The Flow Country World Heritage Bid is gathering pace with submission to UNESCO scheduled for towards the end of 2022. Key elements of the nomination dossier have been completed and a draft boundary is now being made public.
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Aiming for a World Class Bog: Celebrate the Flow Country on International Bog Day July 25th.

Bog day is an annual event designed to celebrate the brilliance of bogs. These amazing environments are hugely important in our fight against climate change and offer an incredible world to explore and enjoy.
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Forsinard Flows is closed

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Volunteering Opportunities

Come and volunteer at the RSPB's largest UK reserve in a beautiful part of Scotland.
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Flow Country Newsletter

The final newsletter from the Flows to the Future Project went out to all Caithness and Sutherland households in November 2019.
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Global Strike for Climate in Inverness

On 20th September 2019, the Global Climate Strike for international climate action took place in 150 countries
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At the loch-side: sitting, waiting and watching

What’s the best way to see wildlife, if you are out and about? Should you rake about, looking for things (like a hen harrier), or just hide yourself in a good spot and wait (like a dragonfly nymph)?
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Viewing tower closure

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