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Farming and crofting in the Cairngorms National Park

Anne Rae MacDonald is a board member of the Cairngorms National Park, and a partner in a family farming business in Easter Ross. She is also a member of Scotland’s Women in Agriculture Taskforce set up in 2017 by the Scottish Government. To keen walkers and mountaineers, there is little need I am sure for me to advocate what a special place the Cairngorms and associated hills and glens are. For those who have a love of the outdoors whether through recreational interest or because they work the land, an appreciation of nature and the countryside usually goes hand in hand.

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