Skye Climate Action participated in the Highland Good Food conversation which is generating projects to increase production and consumption of healthy local-grown food throughout the Highlands.
An opportunity to put your climate-friendly projects on the map and sign up for more info.
With funding from NatureScot’s Peatland Action programme John Muir Trust is restoring 36.5 hectares of peat bog on its Strathaird estate.
Soil Association Scotland’s new agroforestry programme showcases how trees can benefit agricultural production using examples from crofts on Skye and Lismore.
Communities across Skye received daffodil bulbs to brighten up Spring 2021.
With Trish Robertson, chair of Highland Council’s Climate Change Working Group, and friends from climate/green groups across our region.
Crofters are adapting their practices to benefit rare corncrakes on Skye – RSPB video.
A month of events centred around seeds, organised by ATLAS Arts. Share seeds through innovative library boxes, and see stories, film, talks and publications focused on seed sovereignty and local and global food security.
Skye Climate Action is starting a project to encourage food growing, sharing and distribution across the island.
A successful webinar on The Sustainable Renovation Guide was co-hosted by Zero Waste Scotland and Scottish Ecological Design Association on 22nd July.