A NEW round of funding is to be announced at the end of this month, to further climate-friendly farming practices, including organic production.
The imminent announcement follows news that 680 rural businesses in Scotland are sharing £14m seeking to protecting the environment and mitigate the impacts of climate change, including organic farming.
The funding is from a programme called the Agri-Environment Climate Scheme.
Says the Scottish Government, which is behind the scheme, here: “The forthcoming round will target agri-environment support, organics and slurry storage options, and will support the ambition to double the amount of land under organic management by 2026.”
Picture credit: Place Design Scotland
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