The seventh annual British Farming Awards are now open for entries and nominations in 14 categories.
The awards celebrate the creative thinking, innovation and dedication of Britain's farmers. They are organised by AgriBriefing and supported by Morrisons.
The award categories are:
Last night, as part of the much anticipated NetworX conference held in Brussels, the European Commissioner Phil Hogan announced the 5 winners of the inaugural Rural Inspiration Awards.
The Scottish Rural Network would like to extend a massive congratulations to all 25 finalists, and the 5 overall winners.
The winners were:
Many businesses are trying businesses are trying to distinguish themselves from their competitors. They want to attract new clients and win new markets.
Getting the recognition for your good environmental practices through VIBES – Scottish Environment Business Awards could be the solution. The application process is free. All applicants receive tailored feedback with details of free support available.
The 2019 categories are:
The first burger made from quality assured Real Galloway Beef is now available in Aldi Stores across Scotland.
The Galloway Cattle Society has supported the creation of the Galloway Gourmet Burger as part of the LEADER-funded 'Defining Galloway Beef' project, which aims to make Galloway beef more accessible for people to buy.
A new report on traditional music and the economy in Argyll and Bute will be discussed at an event at Dunoon Burgh Hall on 17 January 2019.
The Traditional Music and the Rural Creative Economy in Argyll and Bute, Mapping Report 2018 report was written by Dr Simon McKerrell and Dr Jasmine Hornabrook, from Newcastle University’s International Centre for Music Studies (ICMuS).