RSABI, the charity supporting people in Scottish agriculture, is encouraging people to sign up for their virtual Great Glen Challenge event taking place on Friday 27 August.
You have just over 2 weeks left to submit a nomination for Scottish Land & Estates Helping it Happen Awards 2021!
The Scotland-wide Helping It Happen Awards, which are once again sponsored by GLM, recognise the role of estates, farms and rural businesses who are helping rural Scotland thrive.
Help shape the contents of the next Cairngorms National Park Partnership Plan.
A consultation on new legislation on the sale and use of fireworks and tackling the misuse of pyrotechnics has been published.
The proposed Fireworks and Pyrotechnics Bill follows the report of an independent Fireworks Review Group which recommended tightening legislation to reduce the harm fireworks can cause.
Scotland’s farms and crofts urged to take part in important survey.
The size and scale of Scotland’s agritourism sector is to be measured for first time in a new annual census of farms, crofts and estates across the country.
Crops in every field farmed in Scotland have been recorded by satellite imagery to create a new interactive map to help to breakdown agricultural land use.
The Scottish Crop Map uses data from 2019 to predict the crop types using radar images from the European Space Agency (ESA) Copernicus Satellite Programme and to recognise the crops growing in nearly 400,000 fields in Scotland.