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The Declaration of Dunbar
We are working towards a sustainable Scotland in which, in every region we produce more of what we eat and eat more of what we produce.
We believe a more localised food system would be better for the environment, health, community and economy of our country. We are building a movement to create a food system that is:
These steps are essential in order to ensure a fairer more equitable food system appropriate for a low carbon economy.
Organic Scotland is currently being constituted as a co-operative of businesses and organisations producing, processing, wholesaling, retailing and catering organic food in Scotland.
Organic Scotland is putting research out to tender on…Continue
Labelling Matters - Chicken on Tour
Two volunteers required to tour Europe
For 39 days and nights, in the run up to the European Elections (May 22nd 2014), a large…
Heather Anderson, owner of Whitmuir The Organic Place says:
We are halfway to raising the £5,000 we need…Continue
Scotland’s seas host an amazing variety of wildlife, including spectacular coral reefs, swaying kelp forests, living beds of horsemussel, flameshell, maerl and seagrass, and colourful sponge gardens.
There are important places for basking…Continue