A Scottish Highland Moo stands on a rocky hillside

The Scottish Highlands

There's no denying Scotland's beauty, with its crystal clear lochs and sweeping mountain vistas. But, look deeper and you'll find degraded landscapes and fragile ecosystems. It's time to start rewilding.

A beautiful landscape photo of the Scottish Highlands

Why Protect Scotland?

Scotland's outstanding beauty is just one of the reasons why we are passionate about protecting Scotland's environment. In this article we outline some of the reasons Mossy Earth has chosen Scotland as one of our rewilding projects.

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Four stag look on in the Scottish Highlands

Rewilding Scotland

In today's world, you'll have a hard time finding true wilderness. Many of the places that look wild are actually severely altered and eroded underneath the surface. Scotland is a good example of this.    

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Caledonian Pinewood

Caledonian Pinewood

Across Scotland, tree planting projects are helping to return forests to the empty glens and hillsides of the Highlands. Native trees are being planted to restore forests they are unable to regenerate on their own.

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A wildcat in Scotland

Saving Scotland's Wildcat

The Scottish wildcat (Felis sylvestris) is the UK's only wild cat species and roams the glens and hillsides of the Scottish Highlands. Sadly, it is on the brink of extinction, unless conservation initiatives are implemented soon.

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A leaping salmon in a river

Salmon Farming

Salmon is one of Scotland's biggest food exports, second only to whiskey. Unfortunately, this booming industry comes with a cost. The salmon we buy across Britain typically comes not from wild fish but farms, many of them located off the coast of Scotland.

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A Scottish Highland Moo stands on a rocky hillside

Scottish Highlands

A Scottish Highland Moo stands on a rocky hillside

The Scottish Highlands

There's no denying Scotland's beauty, with its crystal clear lochs and sweeping mountain vistas. But, look deeper and you'll find degraded landscapes and fragile ecosystems. It's time to start rewilding!

A beautiful landscape photo of the Scottish Highlands

Why Protect Scotland?

Scotland's outstanding beauty is just one of the reasons why we are passionate about protecting Scotland's environment. In this article we outline some of the reasons Mossy Earth has chosen Scotland as one of our rewilding projects.

Read More

Four stag look on in the Scottish Highlands

Rewilding Scotland

In today's world, you'll have a hard time finding true wilderness. Many of the places that look wild are actually severely altered and eroded underneath the surface. Scotland is a good example of this.

Read More

Caledonian Pinewood

Caledonian Pinewood

Across Scotland, tree planting projects are helping to return forests to the empty glens and hillsides of the Highlands. Native trees are being planted to restore forests they are unable to regenerate on their own.

Read More

A wildcat in Scotland

Saving Scotland's Wildcat

The Scottish wildcat (Felis sylvestris) is the UK's only wild cat species and roams the glens and hillsides of the Scottish Highlands. Sadly, it is on the brink of extinction, unless conservation initiatives are implemented soon.

Read More

A leaping salmon in a river

Salmon Farming

Salmon is one of Scotland's biggest food exports, second only to whiskey. Unfortunately, this booming industry comes with a cost. The salmon we buy across Britain typically comes not from wild fish but farms, many of them located off the coast of Scotland.

Read More

There's no denying Scotland's beauty, with its crystal clear lochs and sweeping mountain vistas. But, look deeper and you'll find degraded landscapes and fragile ecosystems. It's time to start rewilding.

A beautiful landscape photo of the Scottish Highlands

Why Protect Scotland?

Scotland's outstanding beauty is just one of the reasons why we are passionate about protecting Scotland's environment. In this article we outline some of the reasons Mossy Earth has chosen Scotland as one of our rewilding projects.

Read More

Four stag look on in the Scottish Highlands

Rewilding Scotland

In today's world, you'll have a hard time finding true wilderness. Many of the places that look wild are actually severely altered and eroded underneath the surface. Scotland is a good example of this.

Read More

Caledonian Pinewood

Caledonian Pinewood

Across Scotland, tree planting projects are helping to return forests to the empty glens and hillsides of the Highlands. Native trees are being planted to restore forests they are unable to regenerate on their own.

Read More

A wildcat in Scotland

Scotland's Wildcat

The Scottish wildcat (Felis sylvestris) is the UK's only wild cat species and roams the glens and hillsides of the Scottish Highlands. Sadly, it is on the brink of extinction, unless conservation initiatives are implemented soon.

Read More

A leaping salmon in a river

Salmon Farming

Salmon is one of Scotland's biggest food exports, second only to whiskey. Unfortunately, this booming industry comes with a cost. The salmon we buy across Britain typically comes not from wild fish but farms, many of them located off the coast of Scotland.

Read More