New rural partnership unveiled in Scotland

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Our new rural partnership has taken a further step forward at the Scottish Game Fair at Scone, Perthshire.

‘Aim to Sustain’ has been formed to highlight the crucial role that sustainable game shooting plays in delivering biodiversity net gain through preserving and protecting cherished rural landscapes and a tremendous array of wildlife.

Leaders of rural organisations attended ‘Aim to Sustain – a Scottish perspective’ at the Scottish Game Fair and attendees heard details of the extensive consultation Aim to Sustain is currently holding to inform future activity.

A spokesperson for the partnership said: “Aim to Sustain is dedicated to securing the future of sustainable game management across the UK. Scotland is an integral part of delivering biodiversity net gain.

“Rural organisations have stood side-by-side for many years but now, working as a partnership, we can be stronger and louder. The partnership makes us more agile in combining the undoubted expertise that exists within the individual organisations.

“Working together, we will be adept in highlighting the importance of game management to the countryside, environment and local communities.”

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Main photo: Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal discusses Aim to Sustain with co-chair Eoghan Cameron at the BASC stand on Friday 24 September.