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Little France Park

Biggest new park in a generation Little France Park is the city’s newest park reclaiming unmanaged grassland for the local community and carving out a green corridor from the city centre to Midlothian. It will establish a new corridor for wildlife whilst offering a network of paths, cycleways spread across 45 hectares. Active ambitions Creating

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Edinburgh Shoreline

Edinburgh Shoreline is an exciting, new, community centred initiative celebrating the city’s 27km coastline. We are rediscovering its fascinating and often unknown history and the rich plant and animal life that survives against the odds in unexpected places, and inspiring people to explore their coast and take responsibility for its future health. The project involves

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Square Metre for Butterflies

A network of green roofs to support Edinburgh’s urban pollinators The Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh (RBGE) and Butterfly Conservation Scotland (BCS) are working with a number of companies in Central Edinburgh to create a square metre for butterflies on roof gardens and green roofs. We have supplied and planted out three food plants for three