Welcome to our web site. We think we have made it easy to navigate around. If you want to know some detail you simply select the appropriate tab from the top row. For example if you want to know the detail of what winning the award entails select the tab "AWARD" and you will see all the information you need. If then you want to apply for the award you select"APPLICATION" from the drop down menu on the same tab. Have a look at the biography of Elizabeth Murray - she was a very special lady. And browse through the write ups of past winners. There are, naturally, some good ideas in there. There are some good ideas in our "GOOD IDEAS" section where we write up snippets we have gleaned from a variety of sources. Who knows your write up and 'photo might join this elite gallery. Good luck!
Most recent winners
Michael Williams on the left with double Award Winners Robert Neil of Upper Nisbet, Jedburgh and John Scott of Fearn Farm, near Tain and Harvey Macmillan of the Murray Trust" at the QSF Awards Day.
WINNER: Andrew Rennie of Gask Farm, Turriff
The main aim is to be more sustainable, reduce impact on the environment, become less reliant on the world's resources and utilise what is already there.
Drinkstone farm by Hawick
Scientists should be researching better grass to help the environment. So says the 2010 Future Farmer Award winner Arnold Park