Below are links to sites which you may find of interest as they are relevant to the work of APRS.
Built Environment Forum ScotlandBrings together voluntary and professional bodies in the built environment sector
Caithness Windfarm Information ForumRun by a group of people concerned about the proliferation of windfarms in Scotland, particularly the Highlands and more particularly Caithness and Sutherland
Camping and Caravanning ClubHelps campers and caravanners make the most of their hobby, providing campsites across the UK and worldwide
Caravan and Motorhome ClubOperates a network of quality touring sites across the UK, and provides advice, training courses, overseas travel and insurance services for members
Clyde MuirshielScotland’s largest Regional Park
COSLAConvention of Scottish Local Authorities
Crail Preservation SocietyPreserves the architecture and historical character and ambience of Crail, improves and maintains its amenity, and co- operates with and supports the work of the trustees of Crail Museum
Forestry CommissionResponsible for the protection and expansion of Britain’s forests and woodlands
Galloway Preservation SocietyAims to stimulate interest in and preserve the beauty, history and character of Galloway.
Historic ScotlandExecutive agency charged with safeguarding the nation’s historic environment and promoting its understanding and enjoyment
John Muir TrustUK charity dedicated to the protection of wild land for both nature and people
Mountaineering Council of ScotlandRepresents mountaineers, climbing and hill walking enthusiasts in Scotland
National Trust for ScotlandConservation charity that protects and promotes Scotland’s natural and cultural heritage for present and future generations to enjoy
NFU ScotlandPromotes and protects the interests of farmers, crofters and growers by influencing government, the supply chain and consumers in order to secure a sustainable future for Scottish agriculture
Ramblers ScotlandCharity working to promote walking and to improve conditions for all walkers
RSPB ScotlandUK charity for the conservation of wild birds, other wildlife and the places in which they live
Scottish Civic TrustPromotes and improves Scotland’s built environment
Scottish Environment LINKForum for Scotland’s voluntary environment organisations
Scottish GovernmentIt‘s roles, responsibilities and ongoing work
Scottish Land & EstatesRepresents the role and interests of those involved with rural property and businesses connected with the land
Scottish Landscape ForumBrings together some of the key stakeholders with an influence upon or stake in the state of the landscape
Scottish Mountaineering ClubProvides support, facilities and information for walkers and climbers regarding Scottish hills and mountains
Scottish Natural HeritageResponsible for the conservation, enjoyment and enhancement of Scotland’s wildlife, habitats and landscapes
Scottish ParliamentHow it operates, current business, latest news, MSPs
Scottish Wild Land GroupWorks to protect and conserve wild land throughout Scotland
Scottish Women’s Rural InstituteOne of the largest women’s organisations in Scotland
Scottish Youth Hostels AssociationScotland’s largest network of tourist hostels, with locations spread across the country
ScotwaysScottish Rights of Way & Access Society
Society of Antiquaries of ScotlandPursues the study of the antiquities and history of Scotland through various means
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