The Carse of Gowrie Sustainability Group is one of a large number of local community groups and organisations working for the betterment of our area. Here are brief details and links to other key local groups.
http://www.thecourier.co.uk/news/history-2.1462/english-academic-says-scots-farmer-could-be-true-origin-of-charles-darwin-s-most-famous-theory-1.928835 www.cogg.org.uk Carse of Gowrie Group website with details and maps of local paths and walks and information about the Historic Orchards Forum. www.perthshirebigtreecountry.co.uk Big Tree Country website with information about enjoying the forests and woodlands of Perthshire. www.pkht.org.uk Perth & Kinross Heritage Trust website with information about local heritage and conservation projects. www.pkct.org.uk Perth & Kinross Countryside Trust website with information on local path networks and countryside events and activities across Perth & Kinross. www.cace.org.uk Carse Association for Continuing Education - details of recreational classes and activities for local residents. www.braesofthecarse.org Website for the Braes of the Carse Conservation Group, which covers the hillier, northern areas of the Carse of Gowrie. www.carsechurches.com Information about Church of Scotland churches in the Carse of Gowrie. www.abernyte.org Abernyte community website. www.errolvillage.org.uk Errol community website. www.inchture.com Inchture Area Community Council website. www.taylp.org The Tay Landscape Partnership is a new multi-agency initiative that has been formed to develop projects, activities and events that will celebrate and enhance local environments, and support and build sustainable local economies.