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APRS promotes the care of all of Scotland’s rural landscapes.

Latest News

Read our latest Bulletin with a summary of all the latest news

– Read about our Members’ Day – Saturday 23rd September 2017  touring the proposed Borders  National Park.

– Read our objection to Argyll and Bute Council about the proposed Lossit Point Fish Hatchery

– Roseanna Cunningham MSP, Scotland’s Cabinet Secretary for the Environment, announces Scottish Government plans to commission options for a Scotland-specific deposit return system for drinks containers

Read our objection to Dumfries and Galloway Council about the proposed Knockendurrick Wind Farm 

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The Scottish Campaign for National Parks and APRS greatly appreciate the consistent support of RSPB Scotland for our joint campaign for more National Parks in Scotland ... See MoreSee Less

The Scottish Campaign for National Parks and APRS greatly appreciate the consistent support of RSPB Scotland for our joint campaign for more National Parks in Scotland

We're really pleased to welcome this news which is the biggest step forward since we launched our deposit return campaign a couple of years back! Well done The Scottish Government and we look forward to playing a full part in the forthcoming work by Zero Waste ScotlandBig news today. This is the vital next step for deposit return in Scotland. Environment Secretary Roseanna Cunningham MSP has asked Zero Waste Scotland to design a Scottish deposit return system! Bravo @Strathearnrose and The Scottish Government!

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Were really pleased to welcome this news which is the biggest step forward since we launched our deposit return campaign a couple of years back!  Well done The Scottish Government and we look forward to playing a full part in the forthcoming work by Zero Waste Scotland

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