Almost 2000 pupiles have taken part in a project growing and harvesting their own potatoes.
This year, over 60 classes from across Perth and Kinross took part in the Mr Jazzy Potato Project, which shows the children the gradually unfolding story of the spud and how food and farming are linked.
Top of the crops in the 2019 competition and winning the cup was the P2/3 class from Abernethy Primary School who won the ‘Heaviest Crop of Potatoes’.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has launched a food education programme for children and young people at the Royal Highland Show.
The Good Food Futures programme is backed by £1 million of investment and will teach children and young people about Scotland's food industry.
Stirling High was a hive of activity on Thursday (6 June) as the local food community gathered for the launch of Alive with Local Food: a joint initiative, by Stirling Council and Forth Valley and Lomond Leader, to support and develop the local food sector. The Scottish Rural Network were also there, camera's at the ready - so stay tuned for our upcoming film from the event!
In this report, the Rural Youth Project tell us about an inspiring learning journey to the Netherlands.
The Rural Youth Project and Scottish Enterprise Urban/Rural Learning Journey was a collaboration to engage participants to “think different” regarding rural enterprise, sustainability and agriculture.
The shortlist for the first Young Women in Tourism Awards has been announced.
The awards are run by Women in Tourism, an organisation created to motivate, inspire, support and encourage women across the sector, and support the next generation of industry leaders.
The winners will be announced at a ceremony in Edinburgh on 12 June 2019.
Susan Russell, Chair of Women In Tourism commented:
A new local food strategy for the Stirling area will be launched at a free event on 6 June.
The 'Alive with Local Food' strategy will be unveiled by Forth Valley & Lomond LEADER and Stirling Council at Stirling High School on Thursday 6 June 2019 at 4.30pm.
The strategy aims to support a vibrant local food economy, invest in people, build a resilient future for the sector and showcase the best of the local larder.