Aberdeenshire Council's Greenspace project aims to improve the diversity seen in areas within towns and villages.
The £10 million fund will allow farmers to purchase specific equipment up to a total value of £20,000 per farming business from a pre-determined list.
Aberdeenshire’s folklore, ballads, supernatural tales and crafts are being put firmly in the spotlight thanks to a new partnership project.
Leo Group, the owner and operator of the site is hosting the open day event at the Cottown-based rending plant on Wednesday, October 7.
Work is already underway to identify any projects which encourage town centres to diversify and flourish.
A major public art installation is set to be completed with the installation of the last of nine specially created waymarkers.
The event will go digital this year to ensure that people in Aberdeenshire and across the country can continue to safely explore Scotland’s buildings.
Nearly 20 per cent of all replies related to two proposed development sites at Potterton.
The ponds receive their water from the rainwater drains in the adjacent areas of the town and have been repeatedly affected by contamination.
Gillian Martin is encouraging constituents to take part in the Great British Beach Clean
The charity received around 120,000 calls in the first six months of the year.
A donation from the Peterkins Charitable Foundation will help support the centre's activities.