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Glencoe is nationally important for its landscape, wildlife, history and geology, as well as being the home of Scottish climbing. Here at Glencoe, we believe that education does not stop when you leave institutional education and have a firm belief in life long learning. Indeed have we not failed in our aims, if we have not aided people’s appreciation, knowledge and enjoyment?.

As part of this programme, we run a series of seminars  This years programme is as follows, booking is now taking place:

October 25th

 Rhododendron Control 



November 15th

 The Transformative Power of Wild Places



November 29th

 Ground Source Heating 



December 6th 

 Tourism and Food



 February 6th  Single Farm Payments



February 14th

Planning and Hosting Large Scale Events in the Countryside 

 Downloads  Programmes
  March 21st   Wild Land or Rewilding
  Downloads  Programme   Booking form
 March 28th  Supporting Community Housing in Rural Communities
 Downloads   Programme           Booking form
October 10th

Conserving and Using the Cultural Heritage of the Highlands


Programme         Booking form

The programme aims to provide practical information for people developing similar schemes, whilst also aiming to stimulate debate and build a consensus.

For more information contact us by email or telephone 01855 811307. Or download the seminar programme.


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