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Scottish villagers plan to buy out landowners for eco moorland project
by Severin Carrell, Scotland Editor
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25 June 2020
On 25 June 2020 The Guardian reported:
A small community in the rolling uplands of southern Scotland hopes to create a major new nature reserve, straddling more than 10,000 acres of heather moorland home to hen harriers, black grouse, and curlew. Their goal is to convert Langholm Moor into a model for climate-friendly and sustainable ecological restoration ... spurred on by an upsurge in community buyouts across Scotland.
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