MHLA brought together a team including an ecologist, archaeologist, forester and landscape planning expert to identify green/blue corridors across Stirlingshire. These create a network of water courses, woodland, archaeological sites, lowland peatlands and access routes, thereby repairing hundreds of years of destruction and fragmentation, and benefitting wildlife and habitats as well as the human population. MHLA used GIS mapping, thus allowing the information to be incorporated into Stirling Council’s database.

MHLA prepared starter-packs for 14 specific projects that can be progressed quickly once funding comes forward.