24 March 2016 by Kirsty Cathrine | Comments: 2
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Here at Caledonian Conservation we are passionate about sharing the outdoors with other people, and work with groups as diverse as schools, woodland groups, mental health services and ranger teams.
Forestry Commission Scotland support a fantastic scheme called Outdoor and Woodland Learning (OWL) Scotland which we are keen to get involved with locally. OWL groups aim to increase opportunities for outdoor learning, and each individual group does this differently to meet local needs. There are OWL groups in lots of parts of Scotland, but there isn't one in the Stirling/Falkirk/Trossachs area currently. So, we are working with other local interested individuals and organisations to look at the feasibility of setting one up. If anyone is interested in joining in, please just get in touch and we'll add you to the contact list.