As the only truly independent conservation and heritage charity working for the benefit of Loch Lomond and The Trossachs – Scotland’s first National Park – our key aims are:
Protecting and nurturing the special qualities of the National Park;
Promoting and celebrating the natural and cultural heritage of the National Park; and
Providing support for projects to make the National Park a better place for people and nature.
More about our charitable objectives
The objectives of the Society, as detailed in our constitution, are by charitable means only:
(e) to cherish, protect and enhance the natural beauty, amenity and character of the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park.
(e) to promote and encourage the preservation, conservation and improvement of features of public amenity or historic interest within the above area.
to promote and encourage an energetic and consistent implementation of good planning policies appropriate to the above area and consistent with these objects.
(e) to stimulate public interest in these objects by means of publications, meetings, exhibitions, appeals and other forms of publicity.
(e) to co-operate with other bodies to promote these objectives.