Highland Folk Museum Opens Its Doors to Crofters

The Scottish Crofting Federation will be running their first diversification seminar “Sustain, Diversify and Grow” at the Highland Folk Museum in their stunning new building, Am Fasgadh, at Newtonmore on 13th and 14th June.

This intensive learning programme is aimed at established crofters and smallholders as well as those who are looking for a skills boost who have an interest in the rural economy: it is funded with support from the Scottish Government’s Skills Development Scheme and Highlands and Islands Enterprise.

Article by SCF

9 May 2014

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