Findings for Scotland from the Small Business Survey 2021.

We are now seeking views on a proposed definition of ‘Gypsies and Travellers’ for the specific purposes of the planning legislation. 

Strategy to deliver a just transition for the energy sector published.

A route map to secure Scotland’s fastest possible fair and just transition away from fossil fuels has been published.

The draft ‘Energy Strategy and Just Transition Plan’ sets out a plan for Scotland’s renewables revolution to be accelerated as North Sea basin resources decline.

Energy strategy to shape next 25 years of energy production.

Reducing Inputs: An Integrated Approach

Join Soil Association Scotland at Balbirnie Home Farms in Fife, where you will explore what a whole-farm, integrated approach looks like, hear about Balbirnie’s journey and the factors which influenced the move to an integrated approach.

Burns and the Environment

Probably Scotland's most famous agricultural worker also did some writting on the side!

The Scottish Land Commission is driving a programme of land reform spanning both urban and rural land, to create a Scotland where land is owned and used in ways that are fair, responsible and productive.

Land @ Lunch - How can you get involved in local land decisions?

The second instalment of the Scottish Land Commission’s popular free online webinar series has returned to coach people across Scotland on how to make the most of opportunities  with the land and buildings around them.

Scottish Association of Young Farmers Clubs - Board Ready Training Survey Report published.

A report presenting the findings of a survey carried out for the Scottish Associations of Young Farmers Clubs (SAYFC) was published last week.

Argyll Monitor Farm - First Meeting

The Monitor Farm Scotland initiative is funded by the Scottish Government and managed by Quality Meat Scotland and AHDB Cereals and Oilseeds.

The ambition of the programme is to instigate positive transformational change in innovative sustainable farming practices on nine farms across Scotland and to use the learnings from these farms for the benefit of farmers across the country.