Slow Tourism - an Ecologists Perspective

This week we have a guest post from Callum Rankine. Callum is a respected ecologist and someone I've known for a few years (he would...

Slow Ness

Slow Tourism has finally started to get serious attention and I'm proud that we've been pushing the concept for a couple of years now....

Windmills by Amsterdam

In 2019 Loch Ness Knitting was awarded funding from the Creative Scotland Go, See, Share project to explore sustainable textiles ideas in...

An interview with an Ecologist

A friendly chat ecologist, birder and all round decent bloke, Callum Rankine and Loch Ness Knitting's Dwynwen Hopcroft.

Sustainable. Slow.

Loch Ness Living has been percolating in our brains for a while now and we felt it was finally time to get off our bums and launch it to...