Fair Trade in the Highlands & Islands
Fairtrade in Highlands and Islands is a campaign being run by David Stewart MSP with support from the Scottish Fair Trade Forum to encourage a significant increase in the use of Fairtrade products across the region. The campaign aims to support good work being done by volunteers, Fairtrade groups, churches and Local Authorities to encourage Fairtrade.
Fighting to protect your choices from corporate interests, and to secure safe, sustainable agriculture for all.
Keep up to date with the latest news on the issue of genetically modified (GM) food and crops and find out about the deceptive PR campaigns being used to promote GM worldwide.
Highlands & Islands Organic Association
Furthering the interests of Organic production, processing, consumption and the philosophy underpinning the movement within the Highlands and Islands of Scotland.
The Soil Association is a membership charity campaigning for planet-friendly food and farming. They believe in the connection between soil, food, the health of people and the health of the planet.
Transition Black Isle
Getting people involved in making our communities resilient and helping smooth the journey to becoming a low carbon society is what Transition Black Isle is all about.
Uist Wholefoods Co-operative
The Uist Wholefoods Co-operative enables inhabitants of the Uists - from Berneray to Eriskay - to buy organic, vegetarian and fair trade products that are difficult to source elsewhere on the islands. Members can order from the Highland Wholefoods Co-operative catalogue, which offers a huge range of products.