Get involved

  • Placing a camera trap to see what birds and other animals are on the move on Dùn Coillich
  • Visitor hut. Posters, information sheets and books are available for the use of school parties and other visitors
  • The Beaver scouts having fun
  • Rural Skills Trainees learning how to do dry stane dyking
  • A social gathering
  • There is a mink raft on Dùn Coillich which is there to check for the tracks of mink in clay
  • Dùn Coillich - for the people
  • Dùn Coillich - for the people
  • Planting trees
  • Rural Skills Trainees learning how to do dry stane dyking
  • Rural Skills Training trainee in action
  • Beaver scouts examining the pondlife
  • Grandtully Primary School and the SNH camera trap project
  • The Hydro Scheme provides the Trust with an annual income. The scheme takes water from Dùn Coillich
  • Viewing the Black Grouse lek on Dùn Coillich
  • Rural Skills Training trainees after completion of training
  • Fence repairs
  • Fencing volunteers
  • Some nourishment for the Beaver scouts after their hard work at Dùn Coillich
  • All geared up - learning maintenance skills as part of the Rural Skills Training
  • Strimming - learning maintenance skills as part of the Rural Skills Training
  • Learning about nature
  • A social gathering
  • Grandtully Primary School and the SNH camera trap project
  • Dùn Coillich is a beautiful location for hillwalking
  • Dùn Coillich - for the people
  • Dùn Coillich signage
  • Planting trees
  • Grandtully Primary School and the SNH camera trap project
  • Improving access
  • Joint work party with John Muir Trust
  • Badger (Meles meles) caught on camera trap
  • Learning maintenance skills as part of the Rural Skills Training
  • Outdoor fun for the Beaver scouts
  • Planting trees
  • Beaver scouts and "the hut"
  • Rural Skills Training trainee in action
  • Strimming - learning maintenance skills as part of the Rural Skills Training
  • Grandtully Primary School and the SNH camera trap project
  • Fence repairs
  • Improving access
  • All geared up - learning maintenance skills as part of the Rural Skills Training
  • Planting trees
  • The Hydro Scheme provides the Trust with an annual income. The scheme takes water from Dùn Coillich
  • Grandtully Primary School and the SNH camera trap project
  • Learning maintenance skills as part of the Rural Skills Training
  • Repairing walls. Deer need to be controlled to protect the trees

Our aim is to work with, and for, the communities of Highland Perthshire. Whether you are young or older, there are many ways to get involved and to support the work of the Highland Perthshire Communities Land Trust. We welcome school groups, students, youth groups and others.

Use the links on the menu to find out more, see our Frequently Asked Questions page or Contact us with questions or suggestions.