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  • Land Ownership

    The Promised Land

    “The blooming appearance of this place forms a delightful contrast with the bleak aspect of the mountains within view. The traces of tillage on a […]

    Alastair McIntosh 3rd Dec'17 3
  • Environmental Justice

    On Land and Purpose

    It was no accident that Jim Hunter’s excellent book, ‘On the other side of Sorrow’ was republished twenty years after it was first released. Its […]

    Mike MacKenzie 28th Sep'15 12
  • Land Ownership

    Women on the Land

    Can Land Reform create new opportunities for women? Our traditional view of a land worker is a fairly male stereotype. The crofter, farmer or shepherd, […]

    Liz Paul 15th Sep'15 4
  • Land Ownership

    Rights on the Margin of Existence

    Cultural imperialism has become so sedimented into public and private life in Scotland; it goes largely unquestioned.  @IainMacKinnon75 investigates. “It is very encouraging to hear […]

    Iain McKinnon 23rd May'15 29
  • Land Ownership

    On SamCam, Mugabe and Rob Roy

    By Mike Small It’s not exactly a shock to discover that the pathetic Alistair Carmichael was behind the botched French Ambassador leak against Nicola Sturgeon […]

    Mike Small 22nd May'15 24
  • Commentary
    23rd Jan'15 76
  • Land Onwership

    Land Reform after the Referendum

    @CalumMacleod07 and blogging at: Beyond the Horizon Tomorrow Nicola Sturgeon, Scotland’s new First Minister will announce the SNP’s Programme for Government; the package of legislation and […]

    Dr Calum Macleod 25th Nov'14 36
  • Land Onwership
    Andy Wightman 23rd May'14 16
  • Common Good

    And the Land Lay Still

    I was in Perth last week giving a talk and leading a discussion on land issues with an enthusiastic audience of over 120 people. One […]

    Andy Wightman 27th Nov'11 8
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