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Food Fest gets locals back to their roots
Stirling Council and Forth Valley and Lomond LEADER supported the local food festival, hosted by Gartur Stitch Farm
New Gaelic nature resource for schools
The cultural connections to nature through Gaelic are being promoted with new teaching materials from Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH).
Research reveals Scotland’s west coast as global cetacean hotspot
Scotland’s west coast seas are a global hotspot for cetaceans and basking sharks, and need better protection, says Hebridean Whale and Dolphin Trust
Young Women Lead: International Day of Rural Women
A 12 month leadership programme aims to increase political inclusion for young women in Scotland
Local growers and Clydesdale Food Bank celebrate successful harvest
The local food growing programme thanked it's producers with a big harvest lunch
Beaver numbers increase across Tayside
Beaver numbers across Tayside have increased in the past six years, according to a new Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) survey.
Scottish Rural Parliament: Project visits
This year, the Scottish Rural Network are facilitating a series of project visits to kick off the Scottish Rural Parliament being held in Stranraer...
Event celebrates Spirit of Crofting
Find out about a recent two-day crofting diversification conference and workshops that took place in Moray.
£1million fund to bring Scotland’s communities closer to nature
Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) is awarding almost £1m to projects set to bring local communities closer to nature
Vote now to help secure the future of Scotland’s red squirrels
Conservation Charity Trees for Life needs your vote to help secure a major European funding award