List of Project Partners

Assynt Foundation

Assynt Foundation was established in advance of the community land buy-out of the Glencanisp and Drumrunie Estates in June 2005, comprising 18,000 ha in the parishes of Assynt and Lochbroom. The aims of the Foundation are to manage community land and associated assets for the benefit of the community and the public in general as an important part of the

Coigach Salmon Fisheries Ltd

A local micro-business concerned with the inshore salmon fishery in Coigach (ended in 1990s) and owns the associated ice-house and fishermen’s bothies.

Culag Community Woodland Trust

Culag Community Woodland Trust (CCWT) was formed in 1995. It manages Culag Wood (40 ha) under a 50 year lease from Assynt Estates and Highland Council and owns Little Assynt Estate (1200 ha) which it purchased in 2000. CCWT is a membership organisation with charitable status and is run by 12 Directors and a staff of 2, with ongoing support from regular volunteers.

Eisg Brachaidh

Eisg Brachaidh is a private family-owned estate in the west of the project area. Some have experience in conservation management.

John Muir Trust

John Muir Trust is a membership based charity formed in 1983 to safeguard the future of wild lands against development and to promote awareness and recognition of the value of such places. The trust has over 10,000 members and just over 40 staff based around Scotland, supporting both education projects and the management of 8 estate properties including Quinag, which

Kylesku Estate

Kylesku Estate is a private estate in the northeast of the CALL area. The owner is interested in conservation land management and in sustainable use of land.

Scottish Wildlife Trust

The Scottish Wildlife Trust was formed in 1964 and is a membership-based charity whose objective is to advance the conservation of Scotland’s biodiversity for the benefit of present and future generations. With a membership of over 30,000, the Trust has 120 wildlife reserves, of which Ben Mor Coigach is one. Located in the southwest of the CALL area, Ben Mor

Tanera Mor

This island, the largest and only inhabited of the Summer Isles, welcomes visitors. Come and explore the island’s rugged beauty and discover a wealth of wildlife and history as you walk, sail or kayak round the island. Relax in a cosy cottage, admire the stunning West Coast views and breathe lots of fresh sea air. Enjoy freedom from the distractions of