Four South of Scotland organisations have launched a challenge to companies to find an innovative technological solution to tackling climate change through land use.
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.
If you're a grower employing seasonal migrant workers, the NFUS has pulled together all the essential information and top tools you need in one place.
Farmers and land managers in Central Scotland, who are thinking of planting trees but don’t know where to begin, can now get free help from Scottish Forestry.
As part of ongoing work to promote the benefits of tree planting to rural businesses in the region, a limited number of FREE Farm Woodland Assessments are up for grabs, to help farms and estates identify opportunities for new woodland planting to support their businesses.
The new Local Development Plan for the Cairngorms National Park includes an increase in affordable housing requirements for new developments.