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Scotland's first Wild Food Festival
On 14th September Scotland’s first ever Wild Food Festival will take place at the stunning Cardross Estate near Port of Monteith
First Foraging Fortnight programme launches
Find out about exciting events taking place in five Scottish regions as part of the first-ever Foraging Fortnight Festival.
Finalists announced for British Farming Awards
Farmers in Scotland are among those shortlisted for this year's British Farming Awards.
Highland climate change survey underway
Highland communities and businesses are being asked to share their experiences about how severe weather and climate change has affected them.
Get involved in LEADER thematic labs
The European Network for Rural Development is carrying out an online questionnaire on a planned series of LEADER thematic labs.
New exhibit tells story of the Cairngorms
Cairngorm Mountain's newest visitor attraction has been opened by Cabinet Secretary for Rural Economy Fergus Ewing.
Take part in Forth Valley Food Festival
Festival organisers want to hear from businesses, communities and local organisations interested in getting involved.
Pairc Trust celebrates community-owned housing
New tenants were welcomed to the Pairc Trust's community-owned houses this week as part of Community Land Week.
Smallholding Scotland seeks small-scale contractors
Smallholding Scotland is looking for contractors who want to provide services to small-scale farmers.
IMPACT30 programme sets its sights on third cohort
Applications for an intensive business development programme are open until Friday 30 August 2019.