Scotland’s Regional Moorland Groups are a collection of sporting estates from across six regions of Scotland. They encompass rural working communities from the shores of Loch Ness in the Highlands right down to the lower regions of the Southern Uplands. Through the grey mountain ranges of the Monadhliaths, down through Royal Deeside and over the rolling glens of Angus, their work also takes in the sights and sounds of Tayside and Central Scotland.
These groups represent the true grass roots. The boots on the ground whose job it is to look after and conserve the moorland habitats that you see in our iconic uplands. They control populations of deer, rabbits, foxes, crows, stoats and weasels, helping to preserve the environment and the industry that keeps them – our rural workers – employed and their families housed. The sector brings in much needed income to local shops and businesses across the surrounding areas.
To discover more about go to www.scot-rmg.co.uk