We were really proud that the new Tayside Local Biodiversity Action Plan 2016 -2026 was launched at the East Haven BioBlitz. This new plan sets out the actions that we all have to take if we are to protect our natural environment for future generations.
We in East Haven believe that every action no matter how small counts towards achieving Scotland's Biodiversity outcomes.
By 2030 Tayside will have a fully functioning ecosystem network "from summit to sand" - reaching
from the Angus Glens and Highland Perthshire to the Tay Estuary, the Angus coast and beyond to the marine environment. Visitors and residents alike will be able to learn about the area's rich biodiversity and will be keen to protect and enhance it. Both the
rural and urban environment will be delivering benefits essential for everyone, from helping to reduce flooding, assisting species to adapt to climate change, and ensuring there is no further loss of biodiversity.