In the Year of Fieldwork, this Geography Association fieldwork page includes a link to an article showing how the John Muir Award can be part of fieldwork, outdoor learning, and the geography curriculum
Check out this fab podcast! Forestry Commission Scotland’s Matt Ritchie joins other archaeologists to discuss 'Wolf Brother' by Michelle Paver and the opportunities to discover the Mesolithic in Scotland's woodlands and forests. Find Wolf Brother in the resources section of this website.
Interested in monitoring the environment outdoors to enhance learning? This article in SEPAView – the magazine of the Scottish Environmental Protection Agency - introduces the new Get Learning section on Scotland’s Environment website. This provides information, data and resources relating to Scotland’s environment to use in (and…
A pioneering citizen science initiative within the National Park to gather information about our landscapes as they change from day to day and year to year. Ideal for school groups exploring the Park!
A special John Muir Award sharing event was hosted by Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park on Wednesday 20th May 2015 to explore how people are engaging with the Park’s biodiversity. Read more here