Land

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.

Roxburghshire 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.

East Lothian 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.

Today The Scottish Government published the results of our ‘Survey of the Economic Conditions of Crofting 2019-2022’.

Small Landholdings Modernisation: Consultation Closes 14 Jan 2023

Overview

A total of £964 million has been allocated to the Rural Affairs and Islands portfolio in the Scottish budget.

More than £620 million will provide ongoing agricultural support ensuring stability to farmers, crofters and land managers in 2023-24.

Confirmation of Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza (HPAI)

The Chief Veterinary Officer (Scotland) has formed the opinion that highly pathogenic avian influenza exists, or has in the previous 56 days existed, on premises and has informed the Scottish Ministers of that conclusion. 

The World That Is Shaping Our COAST

Join Lateral North on the 10th January for a one-day event and exhibition which celebrates projects throughout Scotland that focus on the country's unique, diverse and ever-changing coastline. These projects, ideas and opportunities will look at the stories of the past, the projects of the present and the ideas of the future, with a key element looking at how the coastline is, quite literally, changing due to industry, climate change, biodiversity loss and other challenges.

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