Find out what's happening in Scotland


Our members across Scotland run growing projects in a wide range of settings, from rural islands to urban centres. We have many years of experience supporting people across the country to develop and improve growing and nature-based activities.

Meet our members

Use the map or list to find out more about our member organisations and what they do in Scotland. 

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Our work in Scotland

Take a look at our current work in Scotland. 


Get Growing Scotland partnership

A partnership hub for joined up support in Scotland for all ways of community growing. We provide advice for the project through our Community Land Advisory Service.

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Community Land Advisory Service

An information and advice service to help you benefit from Scotland's policy opportunities. Supporting you with the experience and knowledge of our members and partners.

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Contact us

If you'd like to get involved or know more about our work across Scotland, please email us at [email protected]

 Find members in Scotland

Use the map or list below to find out more about our members in Scotland. 



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Where to start the search. This can be an address, city or postcode. If searching in London, try "London N1" instead of "N1".
City / County City / Suburb Contact ID
Biggar Community Market Garden Biggar Biggar 79757
Blackhaugh Community Farm Spittalfield, Perth Spittalfield, Perth 78871
Blackhill's Growing Glasgow Glasgow 61368
Blooming Gardeners Ross-shire Ross-shire 68478
Blossoming Animals Shotts Shotts 78462
Bonhill Community Garden Alexandria Alexandria 68129
Bonnymuir Green Community Trust Aberdeen Aberdeen 63007
Bothwell Community Garden Glasgow Glasgow 44813
Breaking Ground Irvine Irvine 61473
Bridgend Farmhouse CBS Edinburgh Edinburgh 68674
Brighter Bervie Montrose Montrose 58005
Broughton Community Woodland Biggar Biggar 61023

Latest news

The independent evaluation of NI’s Growing Resilience: Digging Deeper Project 2019 – 2024

Funded by the National Lottery Community Fund has been published. This 5-year project has established community-growing networks throughout NI based on:


SF&G are delighted that in 2024 we will once again be partnering with the Hilden Charitable Fund to award Children’s Summer Activity Grants to our members, helping to get children learning and playing in nature this summer. 

Last year we supported 26 SF&G members with grants of up...

Upcoming events

Online, accessible anytime 

An online course for new and established care farmers. Take a detailed look at care farming and developing good practice on your farm.


10th September - 26th November 2024, online.

Unique course from Growing Connections to train and support community garden managers.


What needs planning permission?


Where: Online

When: Thursday 1st August, 4.00pm - 5.00pm


Useful Case Studies

Glenfinart Walled Garden is community owned and run by volunteers, many of whom have health issues.

Starting from scratch in June 2018, Winchburgh is now a fresh food destination. Winchburgh Community Growing Group are growing food for the whole community all over the village – and they don’t even have a site yet!

REAP, which stands for Rural Environmental Action Project, works in the North East of Scotland to raise environmental awareness, tackle economic inequality and engage in social enterprise. SF&G spoke to Ann Davidson, who has been part of this...