Our mission – to provide everyone in Edinburgh and the Lothians with access to quality greenspaces, which can help to improve their health & wellbeing

Since 1991 we have been working to improve greenspaces for the benefit of people through practical environmental and educational projects in partnership with local communities and health-focused initiatives as a way to support more people getting outdoors. Our projects are designed to benefit people, wildlife, landscape and heritage and to help connect people with their natural environment.

By providing a comprehensive portfolio of environmental project development, management and fundraising services, we help ensure everyone has an equal opportunity to enjoy their natural environment.

Latest

NEW UK Gov physical activity information for NHS health care professionals

👉https://t.co/LU3Il74D86

‘It’s a superpower’: how walking makes us healthier, happier and brainier | Fitness | The Guardian https://t.co/5ClkAEFhyo

Families invited to take up Big Pedal 2020: https://t.co/KzGBGqSDk2
Organised by @sustrans it will run from 22nd April to 5th May 2020 and will see young people across the UK compete with one another to make the most journeys by bike, foot or scooter

Increasing urban biodiversity and reducing greenhouse gas emissions from reducing lawn management intensity @greenspacescot @WildCumbernauld @ScotWildlife I am sure you will be interested https://t.co/vidRg2iFDL

Great to see the improvement plan for Clermiston Park being promoted in the @edinburghpaper yesterday. Looking forward to making it a great space for people and wildlife. @EdinOutdoors @Edinburgh_CC

Read our latest newsletter to find out about our recent projects, events and activities https://t.co/uamadeNOYl

🚲 @sustrans #BigPedal is back!

Registration is now open for the UK’s biggest cycling, walking and scooting to school challenge! 🚶‍♀️🚲🛴

Ask your child's school to join in and make a real difference to the local environment 👍

➡️ https://t.co/VvckGvoZAJ

You can help inform scientists to track the effects of weather and climate change on wildlife near you. Check out Nature's Calendar on the @WoodlandTrust website and log wildlife in your area. https://t.co/HxTFwkz4ky

#Winterwatch is back!

Catch up with the @BBCSpringwatch team and the wildlife of the Cairngorms tonight at 8pm, live on @BBCTwo 💙 https://t.co/SGxnYMsPlk

Photo: Peacock (Aglais io) by Adam Gor

A big Happy Birthday to artist, activist and Quaich Bearer @Alancumming OBE!

‘I have many wonderful memories of the gardens from throughout my life and I feel passionately that this project will deliver a space that Scotland’s capital city will be truly proud of.’

Transforming Hailes
Quarry Park

Scottish Natural HeritageCity of Edinburgh CouncilEast Lothian CouncilMidlothian CouncilCentral Scotland Green NetworkOSCR