Today is #InternationalVolunteersDay so we’d like to say a huge THANK YOU to all of our volunteers who have helped over the years and continue to make a massive contribution to our work across the East Ayrshire Coalfield! If you’d like to find out what they’ve been up to lately, […]
Join us for a day (or two!) of practical conservation tasks at RSPB Airds Moss on December 6th and 11th. We’ll be working with our partners, RSPB Scotland to make improvements for Black and Red Grouse. Grouse are threatened by fence collisions, which can be a significant cause of mortality. Many of […]
The Coalfield Environment Initiative has worked with partners of the Coalfield Communities Landscape Partnership to secure a £2.56m grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund* The Coalfield Communities Landscape Partnership will work with communities to deliver interlinked projects that address environmental issues, enhance and intepret historic structures, facilitate access to the landscape […]
A healthy bog will have a high water level which supports the growth of sphagnum mosses. As part of our long-term monitoring of Airds Moss we’ll be measuring water levels in the dipwells across the site. No experience necessary. Contact CEI Project Officer, Gemma Jennings to register or find out more: firstname.lastname@example.org […]
Join the East Ayrshire Coalfield Environment Initiative (CEI) and local moth expert Tom Vorsterman on National Moth Night as we discover the variety of moths that make Hannahston Community Woodland their home . This free, family-friendly event is great for both children and adults with an interest in wildlife. Moths will be […]
Come join the East Ayrshire Coalfield Environment Initiative and Where’s Wildilfe in Ayrshire for an afternoon of investigating the wildlife of Low Moss. Samples will be collected from the bog in the morning by the project officers, and we need your help to identify the plants and animals that make […]
Scottish Natural Heritage is seeking a creative individual or team to design, develop and deliver a theatre project as a key audience engagement element of the EcoCoLIFE habitat management project, of which the CEI is a partner organisation. Please see http://www.snh.gov.uk/docs/A2392688.pdf for details about the opportunity and how to apply.