This training project aimed at increasing primary agriculture skills for aspiring and new entrant crofters and smallholders. It aimed to increase skills and improve viability of crofting agriculture and provide associated economic, social and environmental benefits to rural communities.
The project contained 4 elements – Access to Crofting Toolkit – aimed at aspiring and new entrant crofters; Bitesize Skills and Woodland Courses – practical, on day courses in primary agriculture; Township Training which focussed on cooperation and the development of knowledge transfer in rural areas amongst crofters and smallholders.
The project reached 1646 participants over 124 courses.
SCF would like to thank the following funding partners: –