Take part in Crofting Connections survey

Pupils from Kinlochbervie visiting Whalsay Junior HS to learn about Shetland crofting
Scottish Rural Network

A short online survey is being carried out on what the Crofting Connections project should look like after March 2017.

Crofting Connections works with schools and communities across the crofting counties to introduce crofting past, present and future into the curriculum. It encourages teachers and pupils to work with their local community to encourage children and young people to help build a sustainable future for the Highlands and Islands.

The Scottish Crofting Federation is hoping to take on the management of the project (subject to funding) from Soil Association Scotland, after March 2017, and you are invited you to make a contribution to what that phase should look like by taking part in a short online survey.

For more information read a summary of the project evaluation report with Case Studies from May 2015. A full version is also available.

The deadline for responding to the survey is 5pm on Tuesday 1 November 2016.

Take part in the survey