Ruth Tittensor

Ecologist, Environmental Historian and Versatile Author
Countryside Management Consultancy

Ripe Oats, Fair Isle. Photo Ruth Tittensor ©


Chichester Harbour Conservancy, Saltire Society, S1Darvel

You are welcome to access relevant websites using the direct links below.

Ayrshire Scotland UK

     East Ayrshire Council,
Kilmarnock, Ayrshire,
Scotland, UK      


S1Darvel Ayrshire, Scotland, UK
S1Newmilns Ayrshire, Scotland UK


Loudoun Hill Inn

Scots Language

Scottish Language Dictionaries, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK

Design of Books and Brochures

Eikon Graphics Kilmaurs, Ayrshire, Scotland, UK


     Dr. Derek Tittensor,
UNEP World Conservation Monitoring Centre,
219 Huntingdon Road,

Saltire Society

       The Saltire Society Awards:

Rural History

click here       

Rural History Today Newsletter
(Click the image for a review of From Peat Bog to Conifer Forest)

Honey Farms

Chain Bridge Honey

Galloway Honey Farm

Graeme Sharpe Honey


In the Media...

     BBC Radio 4: Open Country
Listen online to Ruth on this Open Country edition featuring Whitelee Plateau.

Ruth’s Colleagues

     Ayrshire Rivers Trust,
Donald Hendrie Building,
Auchincruive Estate, Ayr, Scotland UK

Cairn o’ Mohr Fruit Winery, Errol, Perthshire, Scotland UK

Chichester Harbour Conservancy,
Chichester, West Sussex, England UK

Weald and Downland Open-air Museum,
Singleton, West Sussex, England UK

Sales Outlets

Blackwell’s Bookshop, South Bridge, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK

The Computer Shop, Strathaven, Lanarkshire, Scotland, UK

Whitelee Windfarm Visitor Centre
Lochgoin, Fenwick, Ayrshire KA3 6EX Scotland, UK

Forestry Commission (Whitelee Forest)

Undiscovered Scotland

Wild Foods / Foraging

Other Links

Crooked Stane          

Courses on living wild/natural navigation/fire without matches - and similar topics.  

Herb garden on the Black Isle which sells Scottish wild flowers and herbs.             

Moffat Book Events