Conservation and Community Engagement in Clackmannanshire
Recently there has been the launch of a new partnership between The Conservation Volunteers (TCV) and Enabling Projects In Clackmannanshire (EPIC). The partnership seeks to raise awareness for the distinctive landscape features and biodiversity around the Ochil Hillfoot Villages and promotes the need to safeguard such cultural and natural heritage through Community Engagement and Volunteering opportunities. Steered by EPIC, my role as TCV’s Senior Project Officer will be to identify the unique local environments, habitats and species of Clackmannanshire and devise the best means to conserve and enhance such features for the environment, local communities and visitors. In collaboration with the development of volunteer skills, Community engagement will be invaluable means of facilitating the sustainability of the project both now and in the future.
For more information on EPIC please contact me on the details below:
EPIC c/o TCV, Balallan House, 24 Allan Park, Stirling, FK8 2QG