Information & opportunities for young people in Scotland

Plan-It Jam

Do you want to help build a world richer in nature?


Let’s start with a simple question… what does nature mean to you?

This word can mean different things to each of us, whether it’s the rustle of autumn leaves, the wildlife you see on TV, or something else entirely. Whatever nature means to you we want to hear your perspective!

As part of the Year of Young People, Young Scot and RSPB Scotland invite you to be part of a team of young minds looking at how we can create support for natural spaces and wild places. Come along, get inspired and contribute to the next big ideas on how we can create a future that is rich in nature.

What is it?

We want to give you the opportunity to have your voice heard about our nature’s future and help make a difference to it.

We’re looking for a mixed, lively group of young people aged 16-25 from across Scotland with a range of interests from the arts and music, to science and technology, and a variety of perspectives as well as outdoor enthusiasts and keen explorers. No experience required!

We’ll work together to find creative, innovative and interesting ways for nature organisations and young people to interact with each other and build long lasting relationships.

We believe that young people have the power to create change. You can be part of this exciting, unique opportunity creating new ideas to make our lives and our environment better. It’s a chance to come together and help shape Scottish nature’s future. So whatever nature means to you, we’d love to hear from you.

What’s in it for you?

Join us to share your thoughts, ideas and solutions and take part in this unique opportunity.

When: Saturday 17th March 2018, 10:30am – 4pm

Where: Dovecot Studios, Edinburgh, EH1 1LT

What we provide: Lunch and refreshments – these will be provided on the day of the session.

Transport - We will reimburse all reasonable travels costs on receiving valid travel receipts for people attending the event. Please let us know if you will need your travel costs reimbursed to be able to attend.

Accommodation - We may consider providing accommodation for those coming from longer than 1.5 hours away on a case-by-case basis.


Register here. 

Get in touch: If you would like to get involved or have any questions please us at with the following information:

- Name

- Age

- Any support you require



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