Category Archives: Clyde Bioregion

Rock Art: Ancient acts of bioregioning

Here is one of the many ancient rock carvings found around the Kintyre peninsula. Some archaeologists think that they are located at transition points between lowland and upland, perhaps as waymarkers at what were then regarded as liminal spaces (more

Rock Art: Ancient acts of bioregioning

Here is one of the many ancient rock carvings found around the Kintyre peninsula. Some archaeologists think that they are located at transition points between lowland and upland, perhaps as waymarkers at what were then regarded as liminal spaces (more

Seagrass meadows: mangroves of the north

In our northern latitudes we may not have mangroves, but we have seagrass instead to protect our coasts and provide a nursery for the likes of pipefish and sea horses (in England anyway). Back in the summer Action West Loch

Seagrass meadows: mangroves of the north

In our northern latitudes we may not have mangroves, but we have seagrass instead to protect our coasts and provide a nursery for the likes of pipefish and sea horses (in England anyway). Back in the summer Action West Loch

Grain revival

I have been much heartened by what our farming neighbours in West Kintyre have been up to. The Jones of South Muasdale farm have recently harvested crops of oats and barley. The Scottish climate is ideally suited to these grains.

Grain revival

I have been much heartened by what our farming neighbours in West Kintyre have been up to. The Jones of South Muasdale farm have recently harvested crops of oats and barley. The Scottish climate is ideally suited to these grains.