The Moray Firth Partnership promotes joined-up thinking and actions in marine and coastal zone management. We help people and organisations find new ways to communicate and work together to keep the Moray Firth's natural, economic and social resources in good heart, now and for future generations. 

Our web site is being developed with the aim of providing a "one stop shop" for information about the Moray Firth area, its environment, resources and people, as well as links to key national and international resources.

The Moray Firth is the largest of Scotland's firths, situated in the far north east of Scotland. It acts as a food provider, industrial base, seaway, playground, wildlife haven, tourist magnet and energy resource, as well as being home to more than 250,000 people, who live and work in over 100 towns and villages along its coast.

The Moray Firth Partnership celebrated its 21st year in 2014! We started life as The Moray Firth Project set up in 1993 by Scottish Natural Heritage in response to the Rio Earth Summit call for sustainable, integrated coastal zone management (ICZM). The Partnership evolved and by 1999 was a charity and company limited by guarantee. We are one of only five such coastal partnerships around Scotland.

Our Funders include a range of public and private bodies, and we gratefully acknowledge their support. The former Talisman Energy UK Ltd. (now Repsol Oil & Gas) supported the redevelopment of this information resource.

We hope you find our website informative, positive and relevant, and welcome your feedback.

Map showing MFP operational boundary