Crofting Connections Phase 2 is funded by the Scottish Government, Heritage Lottery Fund and Highlands & Islands Enterprise. Office space in Inverness has been provided as an in-kind contribution by Scottish Natural Heritage, one of our funders from Crofting Connections Phase 1.
Rogart Primary school has been working with Crofting Connections just for a few terms but has already covered a wide range of topics. The upper primary pupils have been getting out into their local area which is steeped in crofting tradition.Read full article: Crofting in Sutherland
On Thursday 5th November 140 P6 pupils from the Charleston Academy ASG enjoyed a day learning about the traditions and skills used to produce clothes from wool.Read full article: Weaving Wool. Weaving Words in Inverness