The John Muir Pollinator Way is Scotland’s first B-Line! This inspirational landscape scale project is creating and enhancing habitat for pollinators along the entire route of the John Muir Way.
The John Muir Way stretches 134 miles across Scotland, running from the birthplace of John Muir in Dunbar on the east coast all the way to Helensburgh in the west. This network of good quality pathways includes cycleways, canals and even disused railways and passes through nine different local authority areas.
The John Muir Pollinator Way has created a ‘B-Lines’ opportunity map that follows the route of the John Muir Way across Scotland, as well as 3km either side of the route. This map has identified where wildflower forage and nesting habitats for pollinators and other wildlife can be created, enhanced and managed along the John Muir Way including on school grounds, golf courses, cemeteries and public parks.