Trust staff and guest writers highlight the work done by the organisation in selected articles that have featured in a variety of publications
To the sea and back
Fisheries biologist Peter Cunningham tells the story of Sea trout – and how the restoration of the species could fit within a wider vision of the future of the Trust's property at Strathaird on the Isle of Skye. Read the article.
Winds of change
Recent UK and Scottish Government energy decisions have brightened the prospect for wild land protection. Helen McDade examines the background to these changes including the role played by the John Muir Trust. Read the article.
The John Muir Trust’s work to restore woodland at Li and Coire Dhorrcail on Knoydart, recently won a high-profile award – recognition that also shines a light on the wider importance of healthy woodland in upland areas writes Alan McCombes. Read the article.
Gwyllt am Gymru (Wild about Wales)
From the rugged peaks of Snowdonia to its often spectacular coastline, Wales is a land full of natural and cultural riches – not to mention endless scope for adventure. And the Trust has helped people get under the skin of the country for rather longer than you might imagine, as Phil Stubbington explains. Read the article.
The life and legacy of John Muir
Explorer, author and Trustee of the John Muir Trust, Chris Townsend writes on the growing legacy of Scots born, US pioneer of the conservation movement, John Muir. Read the article.