Read blogs from the Scottish Rural Network Support Unit as well as guest blogs from other Scottish Government teams and a range of organisations. 

Scottish Rural Network Support Unit's Event Coordinator Ann-Marie Meikle tells us about a cake and craft event that raised £1,200 for community-owned Gorgie City Farm.
Fernanda Balata, project lead for coastal and marine environment at New Economics Foundation, tells us about a workshop taking place in Aberdeen in July.
Playbase offers online courses in Early Years Play and Child Development - an ideal way for those who live more remotely to access quality training and digital skills.
Neil Ramsay of Tyne Esk LEADER tells us more about the Cooperation Café session at the recent Scottish LEADER conference.
In this guest blog, Police Scotland’s rural crime co-ordinator Inspector Jane Donaldson tells us more about the Scottish Partnership Against Rural Crime.
In this guest blog, Ceris Aston from YWCA Scotland - the Young Women's Movement - tells us about their recent work including the publication of the Status of Young Women in Scotland report - original research on how gender affects the lives of young women.
Lisa Buchanan, Chief Executive of Cantraybridge College tells us how LEADER investment to create a new teaching and social enterprise facility has allowed the organisation to go from strength to strength.
Network Support Unit website and social media officer Norette Ferns visited the Gathering this week in Glasgow.
Norman MacAskill shares his thoughts on the European Rural Parliament event in Austria.
Jody Fleck, Scottish Rural Network Support Unit Manger, tells us about a recent trip he organised for Scottish Government officials to Cultybraggan Camp 21 and Comrie Croft.