Saturday, 9 February 2013

The Clyde Tide

'Turning the Tide and Restoring the Clyde' is the declared intention of COAST - the Community of Arran Seabed Trust. Their February Newsletter is here to be read and the organisation's aims to be considered. Arran itself has a wide range of features which are easily observed - the mountains, pastures, settlements, castles, ferries, golf courses, hotels and hostels. However, its seabed is not usually visible, but is well worth considering especially in the Lamlash area, where restoration work has made a difference and sets high standards in low places. It's a case of the coast being clear.

Scottish Islands Explorer - interested in the submerged as well as the emerged

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Enjoyed receiving this link so I have signed up to the newsletter. My favourite feature was "this weeks species of the month"
Richard Clubley