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Ness Botanic Gardens has secured a share of £140,000 for Knowledge Exchange (KE) activities with the European Garden Heritage Network (EGHN).
Over the next three years, the Interreg funding will enable Ness to work with its international partner gardens on KE activities around climate change, social inclusion and the tourism economy.
Kevin Reid, Director, said: “We are delighted that our collaboration with our EHGN partners has been successful and we are looking forward to hosting three international conferences at Ness alongside international exchange opportunities with the nine partner countries.”
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