Grouse shooting is worth £30million a year to the Scottish economy and supports 940 full-time jobs, according to a new report from the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust.

The report celebrates 25 years and £1.5million of investment in research and policy work by the Game Conservancy Scottish Research Trust and demonstrates the benefits of land management for red grouse, particularly the conservation of moorland.

The rest of this article appears in 12th August issue of Shooting Times.

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