The individuals behind the Wild Seasons Initiative are from the following organisations:
Southern Uplands Partnership
The Southern Uplands Partnership was started by local people keen to keep the communities and countryside of the south of Scotland alive and healthy. The Partnership represents all sorts of people, as well as government bodies, agencies and councils. Anyone who is committed to the future of the south of Scotland is invited to join.
The Southern Uplands Partnership is a company registered by guarantee with charitable status “Striving to keep people living and working in the Southern Uplands of Scotland”. Business Number SC200827. Scottish Charity SC029475 Registered in Edinburgh.
Scottish Borders Council Ranger Services
The Scottish Borders Council Countryside Access Team (Ranger Service, Outdoor Access and Walk It project) is primarily involved in managing the Core Paths and promoted paths network throughout the Scottish Borders and encourages and promotes responsible access to the countryside for the benefit all. See www.scotborders.gov.uk/walking
Scottish Natural Heritage - 'All of nature for all of Scotland'
Scotland's natural heritage is its wildlife, habitats, landscapes and natural beauty and as a country it is renowned for it. Our purpose is to:
- promote care for and improvement of the natural heritage
- help people enjoy it responsibly
- enable greater understanding and awareness of it
- promote its sustainable use, now and for future generations.
Forestry Commission Scotland
Forestry Commission Scotland (FCS) is a government department responsible for the protection and expansion of Scotland’s forests and woodlands, increasing their value to society and the environment.
Galloway Forest Park
Tel: 01671 402420
Dumfries and Borders Forest District
Tel: 01387 860247