The project will develop, from our successful Riverwoods bid document, to meet the Esmée Fairbairn Fund outcomes across the project period to June 2024.
Landowners commit to an ambitious plan to restore habitats in the upper Almond catchment
A costed plan is developed for the restoration of terrestrial and freshwater habitats
Local businesses do more to improve climate and ecological resilience.
Funding agreements are developed with businesses that need to reduce their environmental impact and contribute to the cost of restoration.
Communities feel more engaged with ecological restoration in their local landscape
Communities decide how they want to be involved in the Project and what outcomes they want from it.
Almond Headwaters is an area of 84 Km2 (ie most of the area above the SEPA gauging station at Newton Bridge), just over half the whole River Almond catchment (174.8 Km2 from Almondbank, near where it meets the Tay).