Archive for the ‘Agriculture’ Category
On Saturday 25th August, Victory Hall at 2pm.
Have you got lots of apples and don’t know what to do with them? Or would you like to learn which varieties you have? Do you just like eating scrummy things with fruit? This Thursday’s Local Producers Market is a celebration of our local harvest, the Second Argyll Apple Day, with the Scottish National Apple [...]
Local Food and Crafts Market, Kintaline Farm, Benderloch Come and join us for locally produced food, arts and crafts, have your breakfast, lunch or tea with us this weeks specials include : – home made pork pies, braised quail, mull cheese, celtic art, sculptures, spuds and veggies — alongside all the regular favourites – bring [...]
This two year old Highland heifer, from Benderloch, took the breed championship at a sunny Stirling Show on Saturday. Well deserved reward for hard work to Michael Poland, of West Ferlochan. Ban Righ of Mottistone isÂ Â by Phillip 2nd of Auchtenny and out of Ban Righ 4th of Roisbheinn Read more:Â http://www.pressandjournal.co.uk/Article.aspx/1781092#ixzz0qrx3JdTI
Join us for Feis Cothlam : – a gaelic WOOLFEST LORN local food and crafts market is celebrating all things woolly ! and invites you to join us displays, demonstrations, courses, performances ….. all things that are sheep and wool craft related. come and join in !
Loch Etive ICZM meeting next Tuesday night -15th June 2010 Dear all This is just a quick reminder that the Loch Etive ICZM meeting next Tuesday night will not just be focussing on Aquaculture and the second part of the meeting will focus on What you value about Loch Etive.
Freshest local food, raised on crofts in Ardchattan. Free range Tamworth Pork, from Adrian’s Croft, and Jacob Lamb from Kintaline – delectable chops for the Barbeque, and scrummy joints for the family dinner Available from Kintaline Farm, Benderloch – open 7 days, from 10 am. No mail order, sorry.
Forestry Commission and our community With Barcaldine Forest on your doorstep, there’s little need to tell theÂ residents of Ardchattan about the heritage of commercial forestryÂ delivered by Forestry Commission Scotland.
The next meeting of the consultation on the features of, and factors affecting, Loch Etive takes place tomorrow – Tuesday 20th April at 7 pm Connel Village hall. The agenda for this meeting is focussing on Water Quality and Invasive Non-Native Species. http://www.argyll-bute.gov.uk/content/planning/developmentprojects/marineandcoastaldevunit/ICZM2/LochEtiveICZM/
With Lambing season getting underway in the area this is a timely reminder to all pregnant women who might come into contact with sheep.