John Muir: useful websites

These external websites may provide activity ideas or help facilitate discussion.

Some of our activities include links to external sites outside Scottish Book Trust. While we choose the sites we link to very carefully, we can’t always control the content that appears on them.

Blacklemag(this will open in a new window): an up-to-the-minute source on sustainable design and technology.

British Geological Survey/Discovering Geology(this will open in a new window): includes information and resources for schools.

Discover John Muir(this will open in a new window)

Eco-Schools(this will open in a new window): provides guidance for whole-school action on sustainable development.

Education Scotland(this will open in a new window): includes resources to support teaching about Scotland’s past, people and environment.

Forest Education Initiative(this will open in a new window): includes links to Forest Schools.

Forestry and Land Scotland(this will open in a new window)

John Muir Birthplace Trust(this will open in a new window): an interpretative visitor centre focused on Muir's work.

John Muir Award(this will open in a new window): includes links to the curriculum and Mission: Explore - John Muir.

Learning through Landscapes(this will open in a new window): includes approaches to support school provision for outdoor learning and play.

Paths for All(this will open in a new window): includes case studies of walking projects with Scottish schools.

Scottish Canals(this will open in a new window): includes educational resources.

Scottish Forestry(this will open in a new window)

Scottish Natural Heritage(this will open in a new window)

Scottish Wildlife Trust(this will open in a new window): includes education resources to learn about and enjoy wildlife.

The Ramblers(this will open in a new window): includes details of places to walk in Scotland.

The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds(this will open in a new window): includes links to wildlife explorer clubs as well as educational resources.

Visit Scotland(this will open in a new window): includes details about Scotland’s National Parks and their links to John Muir.

The Wild Network(this will open in a new window)

The Woodland Trust(this will open in a new window)

WWF Scotland(this will open in a new window)