Falkirk, Robroyston, Milton, Portobello, Kincardine, North Ayrshire, Lochaber, Torrance, Dunbar, Kirkintilloch, Kincardine, Shotts and Cumbernauld..... from selfies to picnics, Kelpies to kids, North, South, East and West, the community-based groups that make up the Broad Alliance were out in force for Don't Frack Our Land Day.
Organised by the Broad Alliance as part of Our Land - the Scottish Land Festival the aim was to get the message across that Scotland is not for sale or rent for corporate plans to extract unconventional oil and gas.
"It was fun, lively and it brought people together," said BA Chair Donald Campbell. "It's important to make clear that UGOE would wreck whole areas of land and put water supplies at risk. Land reform should also include reforming how democratic decisions about what land can be used for are taken and that means democratising the planning system. Communities must have the decisive say." Catch up with stories and pictures from across the country on our Facebook page