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…
JHE has the potential to be the economic powerhouse of Lochaber and Badenoch. We will take this opportunity and responsibility forward to share prosperity internally and externally.
• Our existing in-hand enterprises will be optimised, and new enterprises scoped, appraised and implemented.
• As part of our community support objectives, we will seek to work in partnership with local entrepreneurs, community groups, businesses, NGOs and other stakeholders to facilitate economic prosperity. Where opportunities exist on our own land, we will be an active and engaged partner rather than an arm’s length landlord; where opportunities exist on other land, we will support, guide and utilise our power for the greater good.
• In our own enterprises, we will seek to create permanent and seasonal employment opportunities and assist with housing provision for our staff.
• We will work with academic institutions and training bodies to facilitate rural skills and education.
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….