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Scottish rewilding project hits GBP2.2m buyout target
by Severin Carrell, Scotland Editor
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7 August 2022
On 7 August 2022 The Guardian reported:
A rewilding project on a former grouse moor at Langholm in southern Scotland has doubled in size after a 'rollercoaster' fundraising campaign by local activists. The Langholm Initiative announced on Friday [5 August] it had finally raised the GBP2.2m needed to buy out a further 2,415 hectares (5,300 acres) of moorland from one of Scotland's largest hereditary landowners, the Duke of Buccleuch.
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The deal allows the community buyout to reach its original goal of creating a 4,000-hectare nature reserve known as Tarras Valley.
... Jenny Barlow, Tarras Valley nature reserve's estate manager, said it was hoped the project, which will include peatland restoration, new native woodlands, and bird of prey conservation, would become a 'beacon of hope for people and planet'.
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