Nature recovery and community prosperity – The Bunloit model
30th September 2021
The Bunloit Project in the Scottish Highlands is creating a nature reserve that sequesters carbon, grows biodiversity, creates green jobs, and generates profit-for-purpose in the process. Their first operational site is the 1,200 acre Bunloit estate in Inverness-shire, where a wide range of actions are underway. This includes revitalising forest, peatland and pasture, as well as forming new livelihoods and new communities. New forms of finance are also being sought, aiming to support future community ownership models. Tune in to this webinar recording to hear first hand from members of the Bunloit Rewilding team about their endeavour. Discover how this approach to stewardship of land could be applied elsewhere in Scotland, the rest of the UK and beyond.