Forestry and Land Scotland has launched a consultation on its draft Gaelic Language Plan 2022 – 2027.
Last week the Scottish Government announced details of its budget programme for 2022-23 which underlines their commitment to rural and island communities and businesses.
A major report has been commissioned to understand more about the nature and value of rural land sales in Scotland.
A move that will be crucial in considering the implications of new natural capital and carbon value in the land market.
The 150 acre farm ‘starter unit’ at Newton, near Loch of Lintrathen, was made available via the Scottish Government’s Farming Opportunities for New Entrants (FONE) scheme designed to increase opportunities for new people to enter the industry.
Scotland’s budget underlines the Scottish Government’s commitment to rural and island communities and businesses.
The 2022-23 budget will see more than £650 million in ongoing support across the rural economy in agriculture, fishing, and seafood.
Spearheaded by the Mull and Iona Community Trust, ambitious plans are underway to transform Ardura's dark conifer plantations into a vibrant community woodland, that will benefit nature, climate and local communities.
In the first round of funding awards, announced by NatureScot today, a total of £5m will be shared between 54 projects from all over Scotland to restore nature, safeguard wildl
A new network for farmers and crofters to highlight and share climate change mitigation actions is to be established.
The Co-op Foundation is offering funding of between £75,000 - £100,000 to support work in the food and farming sector which reduces the emissions of greenhouse gases into the atmosphere.
They’re looking for innovative projects, movements, or inventions which not only deliver an environmental good, but contribute to real systems change, and can demonstrate a positive impact for people and communities too.
Scottish Futures Trust has published their new ‘Place Guide’
Living well locally is a key ambition of the Programme for Government. Building the conditions to live well locally is about taking a place-based approach to needs, services and investment opportunities.