Projects LFGNP and partner organisations are currently leading on a number of innovative projects across Lothians and Fife. The following projects showcase best practice for green network development. The Shale Trail - Funding Success!! A new route through West Lothian's industrial past... The Shale Trail A new route through West Lothian's industrial past... Little France Park Active Travel Route LFGNP supported The Edinburgh & Lothian Greenspace Trust (ELGT) in securing Sustrans Community Links funding for phase 1 of the Little France active travel route, part of a larger parkland project at Little France Park. Midlothian WIAT opportunities A study of all Midlothian Council owned woodland to identify sites which would be best suited to take forward for funding under The Forestry Commission Scotland WIAT initiative. Improving Fife's Woods A feasibility assessment study was undertaken by Fife Council and LFGNP to prioritise which Fife Council owned woodland sites would contribute to Fife’s green network. Pentland Hills Phase II The North East Slopes LFGNP were awarded CSGN Development Funding in 2011, to focus on one of the Pentland Hills Core Areas, the North East slopes. Bathgate Hills - Using Integrated Habitat Network Data A workshop for our local authority partners on the Integrated Habitat Network (IHN) data. Lyne Burn Green Network LFGNP are working in partnership with Fife Council to help deliver improvements to the Lyne Burn green network. Pentland Hills Phase 1 – Increasing Woodland Connectivity around the Regional Park Detailed habitat mapping to identify new woodland creation opportunities, used within the Pentland Hills Regional Park. North Esk Valley - River Corridor Management Planning LFGNP aims to work across landownership boundaries to promote action on a landscape scale. Forest and Woodland Strategies Two forestry and woodland strategies cover the LFGNP area.