PKCT is committed to providing education and engagement opportunities that enhance people’s understanding and appreciation of the countryside.
Through our education projects, programmes and events, we aim to increase people’s knowledge of the local countryside. We also hope to increase the accessibility of these natural resources and make sure that everyone can benefit from the health and wellbeing benefits of using the outdoors. Biodiversity loss and climate change are key focus points for our education work, and we create opportunities to help communities learn about, and take direct action for, nature and the environment.
Our education work is possible thanks to generous funding from The Gannochy Trust and the Forteviot Trust.
Take a look at our opportunities below and contact our Discovery, Learning and Engagement Officer, Catherine Leatherland, for more information on how you can get involved.
We love education and believe outdoor learning brings huge benefits to everyone's knowledge of the natural environment. Check out what we're up to outdoors working with young people >
We host a variety of educational events, including SOAC workshops with teachers, wellbeing walks with young people, and nature pop-ups. See what we're up to and how you can get involved >
Check out our educational resources you can download and use for free in education settings. >
Volunteering is a great way for individuals of all ages and communities of all sizes to help us enhance and conserve Perthshire's countryside AND provides a fantastic learning and social experience! >
Working with young people is at the core of our educational objectives, and the youth projects we're getting into will give young people the confidence to make a difference in nature and have their say >