Next week will see a workshop held in Inverurie, Aberdeenshire (Thainstone House Hotel, 25th October) as part of a series of eight face to face events which will support Scottish Government’s consultation process to develop a new Agriculture Bill.
The Clyde Climate Forest will see 18 million trees planted in both urban and rural parts of Glasgow City Region over the next decade.
Trees, woodlands and forests are recognised as essential if we are to address the Climate Crisis by reducing damaging atmospheric emissions and are crucial to assist in a recovery for nature.
A report published today outlines the main findings from research carried out to explore effective ways of bringing about greater gender equality within Scottish agricultural businesses.
The majesty and beauty of Scotland’s landscape and outdoor spaces are a magnet for visitors from all over the UK and the wider world.
Access rights under the Land Reform (Scotland) Act 2003 make Scotland support freedoms to access the land and wild camp rarely matched elsewhere in the world. These access rights bring considerable benefits to the public, and enable visitors to Scotland to connect even more meaningfully to nature and the outdoors.