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Research highlights benefits of working with communities

Researchers from the UHI Centre for Mountain Studies, who have been undertaking work on sustainable estates since 2007, have published a short booklet which focuses on the potential of collaborative initiatives between privately-owned estates, communities and other partners.

The key message for estate owners and their representatives is that genuine engagement and collaboration with estate communities and other partners will result in long-term change in the image of privately owned estates, increased wider confidence in the estate sector, and recognition of the important role of estates in delivering multiple public benefits.  

Scottish Land & Estates has been supportive of this work and will have copies of the booklet available at the Scottish Game Fair this weekend.

The report can be downloaded here...

 

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