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.
Kinlochbervie High School trips normally involve a trip south, west or east but rarely north. Last month 11 S2-5 Crofting Connections pupils and 2 staff drove the 90 miles north to get the first of 3 ferries at Scrabster to take them to visit Whalsay Junior High School via Orkney and Shetland mainland.Read full article: Northern school travels north
Crofting Connections schools in north Skye had a concentrated fortnight of learning about crofting in the area in both Gaelic and English medium.Read full article: Staffin and Kilmuir Primary schools’ crofting fortnight