The shortlist for the first Young Women in Tourism Awards has been announced.
The awards are run by Women in Tourism, an organisation created to motivate, inspire, support and encourage women across the sector, and support the next generation of industry leaders.
The winners will be announced at a ceremony in Edinburgh on 12 June 2019.
Susan Russell, Chair of Women In Tourism commented:
A new local food strategy for the Stirling area will be launched at a free event on 6 June.
The 'Alive with Local Food' strategy will be unveiled by Forth Valley & Lomond LEADER and Stirling Council at Stirling High School on Thursday 6 June 2019 at 4.30pm.
The strategy aims to support a vibrant local food economy, invest in people, build a resilient future for the sector and showcase the best of the local larder.
Are you aged 16-25 and live in rural Scotland? If so, the Scottish Chamber Orchestra want to hear from you.
The Scottish Chamber Orchestra (SCO) is one of Scotland’s five National Performing companies, consisting of 37 players and a new principal conductor.
The SCO are carrying out a short survey and want to hear your thoughts about music, concerts and being a young musician. The survey should only take five to ten minutes to complete and you'll be entered into a prize draw to win tickets to a SCO concert for you and a friend.
Find out how 12 projects across Europe are helping to make rural areas more attractive places for young people to live and work.
A new edition of the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development (EAFRD) Projects Brochure has been published by the European Network for Rural Development (ENRD).
You can find out about a range of initiatives including:
The Young Women in Tourism Awards are currently open for entries in four categories.
Those aged 30 and under on 1 January 2019 are eligible to apply for the awards, which is one of the first legacy projects announced for Scotland's Year of Young People.
The award categories are:
The seventh annual British Farming Awards are now open for entries and nominations in 14 categories.
The awards celebrate the creative thinking, innovation and dedication of Britain's farmers. They are organised by AgriBriefing and supported by Morrisons.
The award categories are:
Recognising excellence, innovation and outstanding achievement in nature conservation, the eighth annual Nature of Scotland Awards co-sponsored by Scottish Natural Heritage are open for applications until 4 June.
IRD Duhallow currently has numerous youth orientated projects ongoing, which would hopefully form the basis of an international co-operation project with a similarly minded partner LAG.
A unique rewilding training scheme in the Highlands, run by conservation charity Trees for Life and backed by the National Lottery Heritage Fund, is aiming to boost young people’s skills and employability in the rural economy.