Central Scotland Green Network
Keep up to date with the latest developments from across the network with news about funding opportunities, recent projects and more.
Clyde Climate Forest ‘Tree Count’ gets underway
Clyde Climate Forest has launched its Annual Tree Count for organisations to register trees planted in the last year.
May 31, 2023
Discovering Trees in Glasgow: Free Tree Training
The Field Studies Council are now taking bookings for the upcoming course ‘Discovering Trees in Glasgow’
May 18, 2023
£ 15m Funding for Vacant & Derelict Land Projects
The Scottish Government’s Vacant and Derelict Land Investment Programme is open for 2024/5 applications.
April 18, 2023
CSGN embedded in National Planning Framework 4
NPF4 is now in effect, with CSGN named as a National Development, helping to address the climate and nature crises.
February 13, 2023
Two Major Vacant & Derelict Sites Transformed
We take a closer look at biodiversity and greenspace access outcomes at two strategic sites in the CSGN.
December 21, 2022
Green Flag Award for Zetland Park’s Raingarden
The project in Grangemouth was named a joint winner in the ‘Best Climate Change Adaptation Project’ category.
November 25, 2022
Biodiversity Minister visits Forest site on COP27 Biodiversity Day
The Clyde Climate Forest site is one of 8 projects across the CSGN to benefit from the funding boost.
November 16, 2022
Scotland’s Climate Week Encourages climate action across the country
In this article we outline natural climate solutions as a key part of the CSGN 2030 plan.
September 28, 2022
Nine community growing projects to receive funding boost
The CSGN Growing Food Together Fund has awarded funds to nine projects across Scotland.
September 1, 2022
Cumnock’s dementia-friendly ‘Memory Garden’ officially opens
June saw the opening of the first phase of this greenspace development tailored to people with dementia.
July 7, 2022
Community growing projects invited to apply for funding
The CSGN ‘Growing Food Together’ Fund is once again offering a boost to community growing projects across Scotland.
June 28, 2022
Local MSP visits Lionthorn Bing greenspace project site
Falkirk MSP Michael Matheson has visited a major greenspace improvement project underway in Falkirk.