Working to protect and preserve Langlands Moss since 2006.

 

We are a group of local people who became very concerned about the impact of industrial development on the Moss over a decade ago. We came together and, under the chairmanship of Richard Naismith, formed a fully constituted group in September, 2006.

Working in partnership with South Lanarkshire Council Countryside and Greenspace Service, Scottish Natural Heritage and other interested parties, we are dedicated to improve and preserve Langlands Moss Local Nature Reserve.

 
 

LANGLANDS MOSS

How it formed and why was it declared a local nature reserve?

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FRIENDS OF LANGLANDS MOSS

What, where and with whom have we been doing our work?

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WHY IS IT IMPORTANT?

Importance of Scottish peatlands and their rich biodiversity

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FRIENDS & PARTNERS

Organisations we were lucky enough to work with or get support from.

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