Fife Council

GO Falkland 2024

Following the success of last year’s inaugural event, GO Falkland is being held at Falkland Estate over two days on 17th and 18th July with a vibrant fringe of smaller venues and exhibitor spaces, local food and drinks, music and more. Tickets are available below.

Go Falkland

GO Falkland brings together vital voices and organisations in Regenerative Farming and Forestry at Falkland Estate, Falkland, Fife. It aims to generate awareness, engagement and agency in people and organisations across Regenerative Land Use in Scotland. Led by farmers and those who work the land, we are here to co-design and work together towards a healthier and fairer future in Scotland’s food and farming systems.

Community-accessible woodland
Name of organisation/business: 
The Ecology Centre
Funding: 
Rural and Island Communities Ideas into Action - £17,542

Groundswell Outreach - Go Falkland

A new regenerative farming event will be held in Scotland this summer. GO Falkland, hosted on the Falkland Estate in Fife, will bring together speakers from across agriculture, agroforestry, soil biology and food provision, to create a one-day discussion forum for farming businesses and others interested in a profitable, sustainable approach to food production and soil health.

SCOTO Central and East Roadshow - Kingsbarns

SCOTO is a network of community tourism enterprises located throughout Scotland and led by a team of dynamic individuals who each have extensive and varied experience in community tourism.

From January to March 2023, SCOTO is on tour to raise awareness of the scale and impact of community led tourism across Scotland.

The Scottish Real Bread Festival 2023

– The first ever Scottish Real Bread Festival –

– Bowhouse –

– Saturday February 25th 2023 –

SAVE THE DATE – FULL LINE UP COMING SOON

Healthy Land, Healthy People, Healthy Profits

Come along to hear Canadian farmer and educator Tony McQuail explain how this ‘whole farm’ approach to management made his business more productive and profitable, whilst helping the family feel that the farm was 'working for them'. He will explain key Holistic Management principles such as goal-setting, decision-making, planned grazing, infrastructure planning and soil monitoring. He will share how they impacted on his own family satisfaction, farm sustainability and planning for succession.​

Field Lab: Plant Teams

Soil Association Scotland is teaming up with the James Hutton Institute on a field lab, part of a Europe-wide project, to trial crop mixtures or ‘plant teams’. We want to test the potential that inter-cropping peas and beans, for example, has to improve Scottish soils, yield stability and resilience as well as to suppress pests and diseases. 

Come hear from experts Ali Karley (The James Hutton Institute) and Robin Walker (SRUC) to find out which crops might work best together on your farm.

Farming Scotland Conference 2018: Innovations in Farming

A conference that promotes discussion and debate on issues which affect the farming industry, here in Scotland and throughout the world.

The focus of the conference will be on the future, with an exciting line up of speakers sharing their views and experience under the banner of "Innovations in Farming". 

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