River Leven Restoration Video Wins Award

Publish Date: Thursday March 24, 2022

An event recently took place to celebrate World Water Day, at Dynamic Earth, Edinburgh. Bringing together Scotland’s water sector and water users in their various forms to understand the benefits of Scotland’s water as a resource and the key issues in its management.  

As part of the event a video created as part of the River Leven Generation Scheme, and which featured as part of the COP26 Water Wall, was awarded the best entry in the Freshwater Restoration theme.  

The video was created by Sarah MacDonald, FCCT Project Manager who is leading on the River Leven restoration project and the Back Burn restoration project which form part of the connectivity theme of work within the Leven programme https://www.theleven.org/ and Audrey Peebles, Communication Manager, Fife Coast and Countryside Trust. 

To celebrate the winning video entries, 70 native trees have been planted to help revitalise wild forests in the Scottish Highlands. 

Watch the Leven Regeneration Programme video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZU1O-uNWVH0 

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