Your views sought in organic Action Plan survey

Freshly sown field, Balrobert Farm, near Inverness.
Norette Ferns

The Scottish Organic Forum are running a survey to gather the views of a wide range of people to contribute to the updating of the Scottish Organic Action Plan.

The Scottish Organic Forum is an industry-led body working to strengthen and promote Scotland's organic food and drink supply chain through collaboration.

They are currently in the process of updating the current Scottish Organic Action Plan and are researching the views of a wide range of stakeholders.

They want to ensure that the new Action Plan is developed with recognition to the new Scottish Government Food Policy, recent Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) reforms and takes on board the concerns and needs of a broader group of stakeholders.

A simple, anonymous survey is being run with a number of short sections aimed at particular groups such as consumers, educators, farmers, food processors and so on. You can choose to complete as many or as few sections as you wish – whichever are relevant to you.

Click the link below to take the survey:

The survey will close on 31st August.