Crofting Federation announces short-list of nominations for young crofter awards
Friday, September 14, 2018
Payments transition an opportunity to get things right for Crofting says SCF
Tuesday, August 21, 2018
The SCF is the only organisation solely dedicated to campaigning for crofters and fighting for the future of crofting. The SCF makes a real difference to crofters and their communities, but most of our work costs money. Your support is appreciated.
SCF Head Office
Kyle Industrial Estate
Kyle of Lochalsh
Tel: 01599 530 005
Fax: 01599 618 038
Welcome to the Scottish Crofting Federation
Rooted in Our Communities
The SCF is the only organisation solely dedicated to campaigning for crofters and fighting for the future of crofting. It is the largest association of small scale food producers in the UK.
Our mission is to safeguard and promote the rights, livelihoods and culture of crofters and their communities.
- work to develop, promote and encourage crofting.
- represent and safeguard the interests of crofters, their families and communities, their cultural heritage and their legislative rights.
- promote the environmental, social and cultural benefits of crofting activity and land use as intrinsic aspects of rural development.
- raise awareness of crofting through information and education.
- promote diversity of people, enterprise, skills and expertise.
Established and run by crofters themselves, the SCF actively engages with agencies and government officials at local, national and international levels to influence policy on rural, agricultural, social, environmental and other issues.
Why membership is important
Originally set up in 1985 as the Scottish Crofters Union (SCU), the organisation continues to protect and promote the interests of crofters and the crofting community.
Membership for an individual costs £65 a year. In return you will receive many benefits: representation, advocacy and advice; training and mentoring; a member's legal advice line with free initial advice and discounted services; the Crofter magazine; monthly e-newsletter; local meetings and events; marketing of your croft produce through the SCF Produce Mark and promotion of your croft tourism business; discounts on our publications and much, much more.