Sunday 03 December, 2023

Controlled burning could help stop the spread of wildfires in the future

A new video has been released to show the vital role rural workers played during the Cannich wildfire earlier this year

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From left to right: Kirk Norbury, SRMG, Ross Ewing, SLE, Jenny McCallum, LNRC, Lianne MacLennan, SRMG, Kate Forbes MSP, Steven Gray, LNRC/Glenmoriston , Jimmy Gibb, LNRC / Balmaccan, Ewan Macdonald, LNRC, Lewis MacLennan, LNRC, Nigel Fraser, Tomich Holiday Lets, Watty Forbes, Corriemoney
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From left to right: Kirk Norbury, SRMG, Ross Ewing, SLE, Jenny McCallum, LNRC, Lianne MacLennan, SRMG, Kate Forbes MSP, Steven Gray, LNRC/Glenmoriston , Jimmy Gibb, LNRC / Balmaccan, Ewan Macdonald, LNRC, Lewis MacLennan, LNRC, Nigel Fraser, Tomich Holiday Lets, Watty Forbes, Corriemoney

The role that gamekeepers, stalkers and rural workers played in tackling the huge wildfire at Cannich has being explained in a new video. Loch Ness Rural Communities, a group highlighting land management,...

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