Let’s Talk Geology Volunteer Blog: The Midland Valley Terrane by Alex Neches

The Scottish Geology Trust is keen to offer people involved with Scottish geology the chance to share information about Scotland’s geology with a wider audience. This is the forth in […]

Recent publications on Scottish geology

Three recent publications explore different aspects of the geology of Scotland’s western highlands and islands. Whether you are interested in fossils, metamorphic rocks or sense of place, something for everyone […]

Let’s Talk Geology Volunteer Blog: The Grampian Terrane by Alex Neches

The Scottish Geology Trust is keen to offer people involved with Scottish geology the chance to share information about Scotland’s geology with a wider audience. This is the third in […]

Crowdfunder Success

We did it! THANK YOU!Our first Crowdfunding Campaign has been a resounding success – we raised a huge £36,523 with 363 supporters in 36 days!!The donations are still coming! The current total […]

Trust Receives £10,000 Donation

The Scottish Geology Trust has received a donation of £10,000 from an anonymous donor. This support comes at a crucial point for the Trust as they urgently need support to […]

Let’s Talk Geology Volunteer Blog: The Northern Highlands Terrane by Alex Neches

The Scottish Geology Trust is keen to offer people involved with Scottish geology the chance to share information about Scotland’s geology with a wider audience. This is the second in […]

Trust Launches First Crowdfunder

Scotland’s Landscapes Hold the Key to Building a Sustainable Future The Scottish Geology Trust has launched a Crowdfunding Campaign to kick-start its work after setbacks due to COVID-19 Scotland’s wild, […]

Studying Geology in 2020: Student Blog by Hazel Knight – October

The Scottish Geology Trust would like to offer students involved with Scottish geology the chance to share their educational experience of studying geology with a wider audience. University in 2020 […]

Ancient fish in Orkney has world’s oldest known embryos

The fossilised remains of an ancient fish discovered in South Ronaldsay, Orkney contain the world’s oldest known unborn embryos. The fish is Watsonosteus fletti (an the arthrodire placoderm) from the […]

Scottish Geology Festival 2020

Scotland’s geological heritage has attracted international interest for centuries and with renown sites on our doorstep, even in Scotland’s capital, it was agreed a celebration inviting all to explore these […]