Working for a sustainable future for the Moray Firth and its communities

Moray Firth Coastal Partnership

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Moray Firth Coastal Partnership at a Glance

As the local coastal partnership for the Moray Firth and its 800kms of coastline, we are involved with a wide variety of issues, projects, and stakeholders. Our unique overview of the Moray Firth, its communities and businesses, allows us the privilege to work with a great range of people and ideas.

Our ethos is to work collaboratively with stakeholders and partners around the Moray Firth area. The range of our work means this can be with communities, businesses, individuals, public bodies or industry groups – anyone with an interest in developing sustainable solutions for the Moray Firth and its communities.

Our Vision Statement

Our Vision is to be the most sustainable marine region in Scotland by 2030


2022 Annual General Meeting

Join the Moray Firth Coastal Partnership for our 2022 Annual General Meeting, with this year's focus on Productive Seas.

This year's online event will include guest speakers providing a diverse scope of knowledge on productive seas, consisting of -

Jennifer Mouat : Challenges facing Fisheries

Professor Tavis Potts: Valuing Biodiversity

Elaine Jamieson: Maximising the Marine Economy

There will also be updates for MFCP members regarding projects and activities, finance reports and the 2022-23 trustee vote.

Full event is open to all members of the Moray Firth Coastal Partnership.

Any individuals not yet members of the partnership that wish to sign up are welcome to join us from 18:30-19:30 onwards where you can listen to our fantastic guest speakers and find out how to become a 'friend of the firth'.

Sign up via our Facebook event here: MFCP Annual General Meeting | Facebook

Alternatively, please email to express interest in attending.

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Funding partners

The work of the Partnership would not be possible without the generous support we receive from Marine Scotland, Aberdeenshire Council, and the Cromarty Firth Port Authority.