The small Hebridean island of Canna teems with thousands of years of human and natural history - and it holds a place in many American hearts. Learn how the Trust is helping to care for Canna House, its archives, and the island community that calls it home.
Join us for a virtual event where we will hear from Scotland's top ecologist and leading investigative journalists, along with one of the most influential environmentalists in the US, on climate change and the upcoming COP26 UN summit in Glasgow.
The American Scottish Foundation and The American Patrons of the National Library and Galleries of Scotland present a #ScotsinUS conversation on the rare and important manuscripts we are working against the clock to bring home to Scotland.
Our Saltire Scholar Tierney catches up with Bruce and Judy McRae of Clan MacRae Society of North America following their recent visit to the Grandfather Mountain Highland Games.
NTS Technical Bids Manager Joanne Mould shares an update on the progress of some of the key nature conservation projects happening on Arran.
Our Saltire Scholar Tierney takes a tour around the Walled Garden at Brodick Castle, led by NTS Garden Manager Tim Keyworth, as they discuss Tim’s vision for the future of the gardens.
Canine celebrities Olive and Mabel joined their owner Andrew Cotter at the Poet’s Path in Alloway to meet another doggie duo, 'The Twa Dogs'; a new sculpture at the NTS Robert Burns Birthplace Museum.
Culloden and Canna will feature in two programs organized by The National Trust for Scotland Foundation USA during the 2021 NYC Tartan Week. Learn more and register today!
We're offering a one-hour film designed to bring magnificent gardens of Scotland to American garden clubs and their members from the comfort of their own homes.
Many of you responded to the Save Our Scotland appeal over the summer 2020 and thanks to that generosity we're making a real difference.
More than 3,000 people responded to our Culloden 300 consultation last year, which aimed to find out how people wanted the site to look in 2046.
January 2021 marks the 220th anniversary of the first Burns Supper at Burns Cottage, and for the first time ever it will be live streamed around the world.
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