Walking with Nature discusses nature connectedness and its benefits to people and the wider environment, how we can make path networks better for nature and how we can use technology to help us connect with nature.
Using Scotland’s path grading system offers an overview of Scotland’s path grading system, what it is, where it’s used and why.
Path maintenance and micro-volunteering discusses micro-volunteering on paths as well as looking at what other path maintenance tasks can be carried out in autumn and winter.
Inclusive design and dementia friendly environments shares examples of how to make environments more accessible, safer and welcoming for people living with dementia.
Making paths better for nature has a bucket list of ideas such as creating log piles, planting wildflowers or digging a pond to make your paths a wildlife haven.
Nature connectedness, walking and path design has ideas on making it easier for people to connect with nature to improve their wellbeing.