Scotland’s land is a valuable asset, which has evolved over billions of years and is constantly changing. Subsurface land provides us with valuable resources (minerals, ores, aggregates and fuel). On its surface we grow food and timber, build roads and houses, and much of our water filters through it. Land also stores carbon and supports a wide range of habitats and species.

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