Teams from the John Muir Trust have partnered with Act Heritage and high school volunteers to restore a peatland site at Glen Nevis.
Working at a site east of Steall Falls, the organisation partnered with Lochaber High School to help offer opportunities to give land management and visitor engagement experiences for pupils.
Ali Austin, Ben Nevis manager for the John Muir Trust, said: “We’re delighted to have kick started this project, with the support of our members and volunteers, to protect and restore a globally important habitat in Glen Nevis.
“We see it as a way to ‘think global but act local’, giving nature the freedom to repair itself and help in the fight against climate change.”
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