• A photographic exhibition entitled 'The Ties that Bind' is currently running at the Scottish National Portrait Gallery in Edinburgh, featuring four photographers' take on Scottish legacy, engagement, tradition and the land itself. Part of this exhibition is a close look at women working in the landscape, and features six women working the land in a variety of settings.

  • Shopping for fresh, local, produce just became a whole lot more flexible with the brainchild of John Retson and his son, Stuart, of JSR Services.

  • Donald MacSween – or Sweeny as most folk know him - is a Lewis crofter with a dream.

  • NEXT YEAR, Drymen Show’s organisers are hoping to showcase two centuries of history at the event to celebrate the Strathendrick Agricultural Society’s 200th anniversary.

  • Gracefield Arts Centre in Dumfries is where ‘In Land’ a major new exhibition exploring farming, land and agricultural heritage, is running until October 24.

  • NEWLY-WEDS Stuart and Bron Campbell took delivery of one of their wedding gifts at this year's Dalmally Show.

  • Bringing in the harvest, whether it be from the land or the sea, is being celebrated in a new festival called ‘Soil and Sea Harvest Festival’ which will run from Monday, September 28 to Sunday, October 4.
    Throughout the community led festival, which is co-produced by Cambo Heritage Trust and the Scottish Fisheries Museum,  there will be a programme of events including talks, workshops, demonstrations, art activities, and other special events taking place across the rural east neuk of Fife.


    A film which documented a year in the life of a North-East of England farming family has its regional premiere this weekend having received four-star reviews from national media and top film critics.

  • A kids’ clothing collection from Scotland’s newest junior fashion brand –Enchanted Forest and Friends – is now available online at www.enchantedforestandfriends.com.

  • ‘Pearls in Peril’ LIFE project: In-stream restoration on the River Dee at Banchory and Sluie/Commonty