Growing Our Future: A Draft Food Growing Strategy for Highland Consultation
The Community Empowerment (Scotland) Act 2015 was enacted with the aim of empowering communities by enhancing the rights of community bodies and placing new duties and functions on public sector authorities. One of the key duties the Act places on each Local Authority in Scotland is to prepare a draft food growing strategy.

The Highland Council is currently consulting on its draft food growing strategy, titled Growing Our Future, and a copy can be found at the link below. The consultation will run until Monday 23rd November 2020:

The consultation questions can be found below.
Do you agree with Growing Our Future’s strategy objectives and vision? If not, what should these be?
Have we picked the right priority actions and approach to encourage and support more community growing in Highland? If not, what should we be doing instead?
Have we clearly set out the steps you can take to grow your own in Highland, if you don’t do so already? If not, how can this guidance be improved?
Are you aware of any other support for groups interested in community growing which isn’t detailed within the draft strategy?
Does the draft strategy clearly set out how to find and secure suitable land for food growing? If not, how can this guidance be improved?
Do you have any other comments in respect of Growing Our Future?
Where do you live?
What is your gender?
Clear selection
What is your age?
Clear selection
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