Farmers in North Ayrshire, West Aberdeenshire and Orkney will have the opportunity to benefit from free business support, worth around £120,000, via the 2023/24 Farm Resilience Programme which starts this month.
Nominations for Lantra Scotland’s 2024 ALBAS (Awards for Land-based and Aquaculture Skills) - which highlight the talents of people and organisations involved in the land-based and aquaculture sector - are now open.
A team of researchers led by The James Hutton Institute (JHI) in Aberdeen is hunting for volunteers to help them investigate what helps or hinders rural life in Scotland.
JHI is research institute located in Aberdeen and Dundee which focuses on the sustainable management of land, crops and natural resources for supporting thriving communities.
Today see the publication of the report, 'Community Ownership in Scotland 2022'. The Annual publication shows the extent of community ownership across Scotland.
This publication reports the number of assets in community ownership which are recorded by the Scottish Government. There are several initiatives which have been put in place to enable community ownership.
Today sees the publication of two OECD reports focusing on Rural Innovation - the 'Enhancing Innovation in Rural Regions: Scotland (UK)' and the thematic publication 'Networks and Rural-Urban Linkages for Rural Innovation'.