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The Carse offers a variety of habitats for wildlife and it also anables high yield agriculture. A healthy balance between commercial and natural interest is crucial for the benefit for all. This group has a strong educational component.
Human activity in the Carse area spans a period of thousands of years. Little happened until the moss was cleared and the resulting explosion in population, with corresponding impact on the environment can be seen in the archaeology of the region. REecent heritage is also a key area for project work.
The Carse is essentially a flood plain of the river Forth. In bygone times, the extensive moss regions soaked up much of the flood water. Now that they are vastly diminished, flooding is a major concern. The group have already produced a useful document on flood management in conjunction with academic bodies.
This group have done extensive work on mapping the obvious (and hidden) paths and tracks in the area. Their main objective is to stimulate tourism to the area and ample scope for project work exists