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Nature of Scotland Awards

The Nature of Scotland Awards recognise the very best in Scottish nature conservation – could you be one of our 2020 winners?

Celebrating the inspirational people, projects, groups and organisations working hard to protect Scotland’s precious environment, the ninth annual Nature of Scotland Awards co-sponsored by Scottish Natural Heritage are open for entries until 1 June 2020. Free to take part, download a nomination/application form today.

The Nature of Scotland Awards 2020 open for entries

Brought to you by RSPB Scotland and co-sponsored by Scottish Natural Heritage, be part of this year’s prestigious awards programme! Free to enter, we are seeking applications and nominations by Monday 1 June in nine award categories including the SNH Business Award, the Coasts and Waters Award and the Conservation Science Award which this year will focus on early career researchers.

We are also proud to announce two brand new categories, the Forest and Woodland Award and the Nature and Climate Action Award which will recognise those taking definitive steps to both saving nature and mitigating or adapting to climate change.

Learn more about all the award categories, download an application form and nominate your conservation heroes today. All those who submit an application form will be invited to the Scottish Parliament on Wednesday 2 September for an evening reception where the shortlist will be announced.

We look forward to receiving your entries! For updates on the awards and information on our previous winners please follow @NatureofScot on Twitter.

Scottish Natural Heritage

Scottish Natural Heritage is Scotland’s nature agency. We work to improve our natural environment in Scotland and inspire everyone to care more about it.

So that all nature in Scotland – our key habitats and landscapes, all our green space and our native species – is maintained, enhanced and brings us benefits.

It is the job of all of us to achieve a balance in the sensitive management of our natural world in order to maintain and enhance biodiversity.

For more information, visit www.nature.scot.

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Contact us

If you would like to speak to us about any partnership opportunities, find out more about the awards or how to buy tickets, please contact us.