Grass Roots Remedies Co-operative is one of the newest additions to the ScotLAND Network. Their ambition is big: medicine produced in the community, for the community, by the community. Read on to find out about one of the UK’s only herbal medicine clinics integrated into an NHS Health Centre, and more!

Tue 19 Jun 2018
The Permaculture Scotland Scottish General Me
Sun 13 May 2018

These silky, soft bamboo and organic cotton T-shirts with a beautiful design by Emily Chappell are back in stock! They come in black and green in 2 different styles: traditional loose fitting and light weight fitted with short Raglan style sleeves.

Thu 26 Apr 2018

A brief introduction to Netherton Farm, one of the newest Learners to join the ScotLAND Project. It is a smallholding owned and run by Chris Fletcher in rural Aberdeenshire.

Tue 03 Apr 2018

The Permaculture Scotland gathering 2018 will be held at Craigtoun country Park, near St Andrews, from Friday 1st of June until Sunday 3rd June. A fascinating programme of workshops and edge events including practicals and site visits, and, of course, music round the campfire. You can buy a day ticket or a weekend ticket for 2 days of inspiring permaculture, campfires, music and dancing.

Tue 20 Mar 2018
Scottish gathering 2018 flyer

We are excited to announce that the Permaculture Scotland gathering 2018 will be held in partnership with Transition St Andrews on Saturday 2 June in St Andrews, Fife.

Sun 14 Jan 2018

After three weeks in Glasgow under the rain, I headed towards Tombreck, my very last stop before the Scottish Permaculture Gathering (the end of my journey)!

As you may remember, my last article on the Concrete Garden, an urban permaculture project, argued for a stronger standpoint on the subject of land and public space.

Wed 06 Sep 2017

I was very excited when I arrived to Tap O’Noth Farm, in Aberdeenshire, after a short trip from the Black Isle. James Reid’s project was the first permaculture farm I was visiting. That is to say, it was the first project where food was grown using permaculture principles, not merely to meet some level of self-sufficiency but also to be sold in his community.

After some years travelling in Australia, Portugal and Scotland, James found land at the bottom of Tap O’Noth hill five years ago. He first used the land as a permaculture demonstration site, affiliating himself with the Permaculture Research Institute of Australia, and later with the Permaculture Association when he became a ScotLAND centre. He hosted a Permaculture Design Course, and started a bigger garden in order to feed the students.

Wed 12 Jul 2017

This year's Gathering was a beautiful co-created event and a demonstration of some brilliant Permaculture skills and solutions. The event was attended by well over 200 people, including many locals and people who had never beed to a Gathering before. Thank you to everyone who was there and part of making it such a fantastic weekend!

Mon 10 Jul 2017