In addition to the main conference programme on Friday 28 February, Rural Housing Scotland (RHS) are celebrating their 20th birthday by bringing delegates an extended pre-conference programme on 27 February including conference dinner and drinks, a community-led housing workshop, a community learning exchange and the RHS AGM.
Conference sessions include depopulation/repopulation, climate and housing, land for housing and more.
Please note above timings are not confirmed and will be confirmed once the programme has been published.
Agroforestry has multiple benefits for farm businesses and nature, but it’s important to plant the right tree in the right place for the right reasons. Come to this practical design workshop to develop plans that you can take home and carry out.
Please note that this workshop is initially limited to 1 place per organisation via a pre-registration process. Additional attendees will be considered if space allows. Attendees will receive confirmation of their place via email.
The Smallholding ScotlandConference is a one-day conference dedicated to those working on and interested in small-scale agriculture and horticulture in Scotland. The 2019 conference takes place on Friday 15th February at Pitcairngreen near Perth.
It is an all-day event with refreshments and lunch included in the ticket price of £25 (£40 including 12 months membership of Smallholding Scotland (effective from 15th February for new members and 1st April for existing members through to 31st March 2020)).
Building on the success of their previous Interchange events, YTAS will be working in partnership with Perth Theatre for Interchange 2019.
This year’s event offers in-depth masterclasses and workshops providing a collaborative learning experience. Participants will have the opportunity to apply their new skills with fellow delegates and members of Perth Theatre’s Young Company. The Lab, a weekend-long creative programme, offers practitioners the space to experiment, play and explore a specific art-form.
The 2018 Climate Challenge Fund Gathering will celebrate a decade of the Scottish Government’s Climate Challenge Fund and recognise youth contributions in this Year of Young People. The event will also provide opportunities to network with the CCF Community.
Tickets to the Gathering are free and open to CCF Grant Recipients and representatives of other organisations with an interest in taking community-led action on climate change.