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Picking up dog poo cartoon

Radio advert 1 - Pick up after your dog in the park

Radio advert 1 - Pick up after your dog in the park.

Scottish Outdoor Access Code branding strip

Know the Code before you go - Arabic

A short summary of the Scottish Outdoor Access Code in Arabic.

Crop of the page of Instructions for hire and use of Baa-bara the smelly sheep - 2015

Instructions on hire and use of Baa-bara the smelly sheep - 2015

This sheet gives information on how to hire and use Baa-bara the smelly sheep, a resource for outdoor events and a great way to start up conversations with dog walkers!

Front cover crop of the paper 'Risk of the spread of disease in livestock from dog faeces - briefing note for local access authorities'

Risk of the spread of disease in livestock from dog faeces - briefing note for local access authorities

This briefing note aimed at local and national park authorities provides information and advice about the risk of the transmission of diseases in livestock from contaminated dog faeces. It includes information on Neosporosis which can cause abortions in cattle and Sarcocystosis which can cause neurological disease and death in sheep. It includes advice on managing local issues and methods and messages for communicating with dog walkers.

Countryside Calendar - February

Countryside Calendar - February

Get an idea of what the farmers in Scotland are doing during February and use this to help you plan your visit to the outdoors.

Equestrian Access Fact Sheets

Equestrian Access Fact Sheets

This set of fact sheets has been produced by the British Horse Society in association with Scottish Natural Heritage and the Paths for All Partnership. They complement the summary Information Sheet contained in the Lowland Path Construction Guide and provide details on principles, path construction, surfacing, gates, bridges, water crossings and road crossings when providing for equestrian use.

Heading for the Scottish Hills (HFTSH) web service: guidance for estates

This provides information about the Heading for the Scottish Hills service for estates and guidance about what information to provide to join the service.

static map showing the areas for HFTSH service

Map of areas for Heading for the Scottish Hills service

This service allows you to plan routes which minimise the chance of disturbing stalking, in line with the Scottish Outdoor Access Code. Find out more about it on the Heading for the Scottish Hills page

HFTSH table Area 1 Islands

Heading for the Scottish Hills - Area 1 Islands

Heading for the Scottish Hills -  Area 1 Islands

National Access Forum - Agenda - 28 January 2015

Meeting Agenda - 28 January 2015

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