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Grow The Future Community Growing in the Highlands

21st June
Networking Event in Inverness, 10pm – 4pm Highland Council Chambers, Glenurquhart Road, Inverness, IV3 5NX.

This day is for everyone who is interested in and/or active with community growing in The Highland Region. The day will include workshops and case studies from Transition Black Isle, Moffat CAN! and Glachbeg Education Croft, @The Field and Good For Ewe. Topics covered will include income diversification, growing food throughout the year, volunteer management, community engagement and working with young people with different support needs on a community farm setting.

There will be opportunities to speak with a range of funders, Big Lottery Fund, Climate Challenge Fund and Foundation Scotland as well as drop in sessions to do with biodiversity, beekeeping and the new design guide from the Scottish Allotments and Gardens Society.

A Key Speech from Jean Urquhart MSP, updates from Community Woodland Association, Trellis and the FCFCG will contribute to the wider picture of community growing throughout Scotland and in the afternoon your contribution is required to consider how to make community growing work in the Highlands and how can The Highland Council support and promote community growing?

Bookings: This is a free event with lunch provided, but pre-booking is required, please book online to secure your place.
Website: www.farmgarden.org.uk/component/civicrm/?task=civicrm%2Fevent%2Fregister&id=178&reset=1
 
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