Scotland’s Cabinet Secretary for Finance and local MSP Kate Forbes attends opening New venison brand reflects local and ethical food production JAHAMA looks to…
Community and Culture
JHE seeks to elevate the Lochaber and Badenoch area by placing the wellbeing of local communities, both of geography and of interest, at its core. Our shared culture of opportunity, positivity and confidence has genuine potential to create change at an unprecedented scale in the Highlands.
- The initial JHE community engagement project was one of the most extensive ever carried out in Scotland. This engagement is now constant and will continue to be carried out on this basis. As part of our ongoing community engagement and Estate regeneration work, we are committed to positive exploration of proposals made to us by local community bodies for land transactions.
- Storytelling is part of Highland culture: we engage in telling our own story, and we listen to the stories of others. Listening is at the heart of our culture.
- We engage with communities to connect people and place, facilitate participation and rebuild the bond between livelihoods and landscape.
- We are facilitating sustainable community endeavours to help people safeguard their own futures, as well as directly supporting future viability through our own innovative asset management.
Open to the public on Saturday 7 November (please note, cash only until 19 Nov)! Our new Wild Venison shop is located in a…
Chloe Malcolm, aged 25, tends to a new lamb as she has been appointed as manager of one of Scotlands biggest upland farming operations….