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Issue 234: 23rd May

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Girl in tractor

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Issue 233: 15th May

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Children planting seeds

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Issue 232: 9th May

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yarn bombed trees

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Issue 231: 2nd May

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Nature observatory screening at Loch Stiapabhat Local Nature Reserve

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Issue 230: 25th April

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Scottish Charity Awards logo

In this week's newsletter you can find out about rural projects shortlisted for the Scottish Charity Awards, get information on some rural vacancies and read about new reports from Scottish Land & Estates and Community Land Scotland.

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Issue 229: 17th April

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daffodils

In this week's newsletter you can get links to reports and a video from last month's Scottish LEADER Conference, read about a new Whisky-themed festival for Highland Perthshire and find out about some current rural vacancies. We're closed for the Easter long weekend - if you're on holiday too we hope you have a great break! 

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Issue 228: 11th April 2014

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John Muir

If you feel the need to step back from policy, practice and funding issues, and get back to basics on our relationship with the land and environment, there's no better guide than the work of John Muir. The John Muir Festival, which starts next week, looks like it will be a fantastic celebration of the man and his achievements.

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Issue 227: 4th April 2014

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Red kite

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Issue 226: 28th March

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online survey

We are always looking for ways to improve the Rural Network newsletter and website, and our new online user survey will help us to make it better for all users. It should take you less than five minutes to complete and you can find it here.

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Issue 225 - 21st March 14

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Edina Oscko speaking at Scottish LEADER Conference

This week saw the Scottish LEADER Conference take place in Glasgow. We've got a short event report, presentations and a booklet from the day on our website. A full event report and a video from the day are being produced and these will be available in April. You can also check out the hashtag #scotleaderconference on Twitter to catch up with tweets from the event.

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