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PROTEST IN THE PARK
#PARKTHEPLAN

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We are protesting against The Cairngorms National Park Partnership Plan on 20th April 2022!

Why don't we support the plan?

 

- The Plan does not acknowledge conservation carried out by sporting estates, free of charge.

 

- It threatens land management jobs with no plan from the Park Board on how to replace them.

 

- It threatens quality farmland and food security.

 

- It will worsen the plight of rare and endangered species.

 

- It will make important rural sectors and businesses in the Park unviable.

 

- It pushes an agenda the Park residents haven't bought into.

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How can I support this ONLINE protest?

 

Help us to #ParkThePlan by :

 

- Sign our E-Petition

- Join our online protest from the 20th April.

 

- If you live or work in the park write to your MSPs and tell them why The Plan doesn't support rural workers, their jobs, the Park economy OR rare species.

Go to : https://www.parliament.scot/msps and type in your postcode to find your MSPs and their contact details.

 

'Park The Plan' is being fully supported by The Scottish Gamekeepers Association and Scotland's Regional Moorland Group.

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The Park Board don’t have a plan to replace these jobs.

 

Sporting estates have employed

generations of Park families and are also giving opportunities to young people.

 

Who will do the work in the Park once the Board have eroded these jobs?

 

It will make game interests unviable, costing jobs.

CNPA
THREATENING SPECIES SINCE 2003

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The Plan does not acknowledge conservation carried out by sporting estates, free of charge.

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RIGHT TREE RIGHT PLACE

The Plan favours rewilding

- no assessment has been done on how rewilding will support

red-listed species in the Park.

 

We’ve seen lost game and farming jobs at Kinrara. It seems this is what the Park’s Board want. 

 

The Plan suggests huge swathes of Donside should be planted in trees.

 

Where is the appreciation of productive farmland and the nation’s food security?

 

One-size-fits-all tree planting targets in The Plan fail to acknowledge that some estates are already exceeding the targets.

How can I support this ONLINE protest?

 

Help us to #ParkThePlan by :

 

- Sign our E-Petition