May 2019 - Planning for the future
Shetland faces the same challenges as any other community in the world. Climate change, biodiversity loss, and demographic shifts do not respect national boundaries, ocean currents, or personal ambitions. For the heritage of Shetland to be available, understood, and enjoyed by today and tomorrow’s generations we need local action today. The Shetland Amenity Trust (SAT) has been in operation since 1983 working hard to care for Shetland’s natural and cultural heritage. It is time for us to look to the future and what we need to do to continue to care for our heritage in a changing world. Find out more below.
Have your say
We have identified a set of Draft Strategic Priorities for the coming 6 years and we are keen to hear your thoughts and ideas to help us refine these as we work to finalise our new Strategic Plan. Deadline for Reposnses is Tuesday 28th May.
- Consultation document - View our Draft Priorities here
- Online Survey - provide us with your feedback here
Drop-in discussion - Tuesday 21st May, 4-6pm, Shetland Museum & Archives
We are also holding a drop-in event for the public, organisations and partners to come and chat to our staff and Trustees about our future priorities. Join us on Tuesday 21st May from 4pm to 6pm at the Museum and Archives in Lerwick, meet our staff and Trustees and discuss our work and future priorities.