Summer is here and it is a great time to make some healthy changes.
People are being encouraged to enjoy summer safely by exploring destinations closer to home.
Future agri-environment measures must enable farmers and crofters to play their key role in managing a significant majority of Scotland’s environmental interests, writes Environment and Land Use committee chairman, Angus MacFadyen, a hill farmer from near Oban.
The call comes after the Scottish Land Commission (SLC) published an interim report on Regional Land Use Partnerships (RLUPs).
MSP encourages people to add views to consultation as statistics show 40 per cent rise in worrying attacks