The Rural Innovators Award is for a project, person or organisation which is improving life?in rural communities by tackling one of the priority challenges. The more innovative the project, the better! The current priority area is ‘Protecting our natural assets and adapting to environmental changes’. This could include projects which create local food sources, develop […]
The second Scottish Rural Parliament Twitter hour will be this coming Tuesday, 8th July 2014 from 9 ? 10pm!
The topic is ?Rural businesses – what do they need to thrive?’
You still have two weeks left to submit your nominations for the Rural Innovators Awards! The Awards seek to recognise and showcase some of the most innovative and effectives ways in which rural challenges can be addressed. The category this month is ‘rural business and employment’ and we are seeking people, projects or organisations who […]
Get the full low-down on our #ruralhour Twitter chat last week!
Find us at the Royal Highland Show this year, Thu – Sun and have your say on rural matters!
We’ll be on the Scottish Rural Churches stand all day every day and on and off at the SRUC stand – plus we’ll be wandering around filming to get your views.
The very first Scottish Rural Parliament Twitter hour will be this coming Tuesday, 17th June 2014 from 9 – 10pm!
The topic is ‘Land use, planning and reform’. #ruralhour
Calling rural Scotland – what should be discussed at our first ever Rural Parliament?
Keep an eye out on our Twitter and Facebook pages for the first live Scottish Rural Parliament Debate coming in May!
The first Advisory Forum meeting brought together 31 national membership and network organisations to support Scottish Rural Action towards the inaugural Rural Parliament.
SRA hosted a workshop at The Gathering to introduce people to the Scottish Rural Parliament. Thirty-two people attended and listened to a presentation by Chair John Hutchison and Coordinator Emma Cooper.