From as far apart as Kintail and Glencoe to Goatfell, Ben Lomond and Mar Lodge, we have a dedicated team of men and women doing the good work. Learn a little bit more about them and better still, give them a hand.
Glencoe and Dalness, Argyll
What do you do to conserve Scotland’s mountains?
As Property Manager and Senior Ranger for the National Trust for Scotland, I help to care for about 13,000 acres of mostly mountain land in Glencoe and Dalness. We care for it through careful management of the natural habitats, deer and the number of visitors to the area.
What’s your favourite part of what you do?
I work in one of the most stunning settings in the world! Enough said.
What’s your essential piece of kit?
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