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Scottish Government encourages central Scotland to invest in green space

Scotland's largest green space initiative seeks to empower disadvantaged communities 

SCOTTISH ENVIRONMENT secretary Roseanna Cunningham has confirmed that the Central Scotland Green Network (CSGN) funding is now open for bidding.

Green space projects throughout central Scotland will now be able to bid from a fund of £400,000 to either maintain or enhance existing woodlands, boost green infrastructure and schemes for active travel, or encourage 'green entrepreneurship'.

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Alison Hall: Women and the unfair distribution of land in Scotland

As part of a series of articles during this year's Our Land Festival, Alison Hall takes a look at the way women are sidelined when it comes to land ownership

ANDY WIGHTMAN, long-time land reform campaigner and now Green Party MSP, makes a point of saying that the biggest obstacle to progress in land reform is the lack of information and, in particular, information about land ownership. 

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