Farmers and land managers across the Central Scotland Green Network are being offered free assessments from Scottish Forestry. As part of a national drive to promote the benefits of tree planting to farmers, a limited number of free Farm Woodland Assessments are being provided. Already, 69 assessments have taken place in the CSGN area, resulting […]
The CSGN Growing Food Together Fund will be supporting eight community growing projects across Scotland.
The Central Scotland Green Network (CSGN) ‘Growing Food Together’ Fund is once again offering a cash boost to community growing projects across the whole of Scotland. Funded by the Scottish Government, projects can apply for part of the £100,000 fund that aims to foster community engagement in growing and learning about food, as well as […]
The Scottish Government’s Vacant and Derelict Land Investment Programme (VDLIP) is once again open for applications, providing £15 million in funding for projects to be delivered in the 2024/5 financial year. Launched in 2021, the VDLIP has already funded over 30 projects throughout Scotland, the majority of which are located within the Central Scotland Green […]
A large package of greenspace improvements is soon to be delivered through an ambitious project at Lionthorn Policy Bing in Falkirk. Close to £750,000 will be spent, benefitting an area of previously derelict land, with much of the funding (£560,000) secured through Scottish Government’s new Vacant and Derelict Land Investment Programme by the Green Action […]
Thirteen community growing initiatives across Scotland will receive funds to foster community engagement in growing.
The Scottish Government and sportscotland have announced the first nine projects to receive investment from the £8million Cycling Facilities Fund, including £50,256 for a new pump track at Gala Park in Denny, alongside several others in the CSGN area. The fund will deliver a tangible benefit from the 2023 UCI Cycling World Championships – Glasgow […]