Land

People will be able to access information, advice and skills needed to thrive in a net-zero economy.

The new Green Jobs Workforce Academy, delivered by Skills Development Scotland, will help people take a greener approach to their careers, from accessing training and learning new skills, to finding a new green job.

The CropTec Show

Meet with the arable industry in person at The CropTec Show, the leading arable event for knowledge exchange, on 24th & 25th November to connect, learn and find the latest products and services for your arable business.

A new short film, aimed at raising the feel-good factor amongst Scotland’s farmers, has launched on social media this week.

A major new project will tackle pests in potatoes through the protection of clean land and the management of land already infested with pests.

Following the ending of the approval to use Asulam for bracken control on 31 December 2012, temporary annual arrangements have been put in place to allow the use of Asulam to continue.

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.

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.

Four South of Scotland organisations have launched a challenge to companies to find an innovative technological solution to tackling climate change through land use.

Integrating trees on your land - Question Time

Your woodland creation questions answered by host farmers from the Integrating Trees Network in a Question Time-style panel discussion.

Integrating trees on your land - Mains of Auchriachan

New host farmers - the Duffus family - share their experiences of woodland creation.

Pages