The Scottish Countryside Rangers Association (SCRA) is the professional membership association for Countryside Rangers and associated countryside professionals in Scotland

Formed in 1974, SCRA has an enviable reputation for supporting the development and enhancement of the Ranger profession in Scotland; organising networking events, training events and conferences, supporting the development of a national logo and brand for Scotland's Ranger Services and working with Government and Government agencies to promote the profession.

Rangers promote the enjoyment, understanding and care of Scotland's outdoors through;

  • The first hand provision of information, advice and activities
  • Interpretation
  • The management of sites and facilities
  • Seeking to secure responsible behaviour

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Forestry Commission Scotland have launched a new campaign to try and reduce the spread of disease in woodland.

The 'Keep it Clean' campaign aims to encourage people to arrive at woodlands with clean boots, tyres and kit, such as tools or walking poles, in order to help slow the spread of tree pests and diseases.The campaign offers landowners and managers different free-to-download versions of a graphic, as well as a short free-to-use promotional film, to promote the Keep It Clean message.

You can find out more about the campaign here.