Two organisations in Orkney are to benefit from Scottish Government funding to tackle Climate Change.
AFRAYEDKNOT: A Small Local Business Making A Big Difference
Mark Cook makes all sorts of useful objects from what most folk consider to be marine litter.
Orkney Fisheries: Investment Boost From Scottish Government and EMFF
“Orkney Sustainable Fisheries have been awarded £110,170 for the development of the ‘Orkney Shellfish Project’.”
Nick Morrison: Building a House of Straw Part 2
“No Straw Bale house has ever been refused Planning merely because it
was Straw bale”
Costa Head Wind Farm: Promises of a £100,000 p.a. Payout to Local Communities
The projected £100,000 per annum for local communities would be index linked and would be paid whether or not the wind blew
Maree Todd MSP: Concerned about the impact of Brexit on our fishing communities
Nobody cares more about the sustainability of Orkney fishing, than Orkney fishermen, and their skills and knowledge are vital in stewarding this amazing resource.
Climate Change: Ambitious Targets Proposed
Detailed proposals to achieve a 66% reduction in Scotland’s greenhouse gas emissions have been published
Nick Morrison:Building a House of Straw
The oldest straw bale houses are around 130 years old but is this a form of construction we can still use today – and in Orkney?
Protesting Pooches’ Poop Posters
This is just another example of centralisation by Hysterical Scotland
Orkney weather: post a photo email: email@example.com