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Annabel Baker

Annabel Baker

Annabelle is an English lass that has lived in Scotland since the age of four. She studied Geography with Psychology at the University of Dundee and then went on to study Catchment Hydrology and Management. She was lucky enough to then get an internship at Perth College UHI as Project Coordinator on a renewables business network before moving to LANTRA Scotland.

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Ella McLeister

Ella McLeister

Ella, originally from the Scottish Borders has returned home to live and work in Selkirk, after studying for two years in Sydney, Australia. She is now currently working as a freelance photographer and stylist.

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Food Punks

Food Punks

Food Punks is an innovative social enterprise in the Scottish Borders empowering young people through food. Food Punks is one of Tweeddale Youth Action’s (TYA) income generating social enterprises that started as an initiative to teach simple cookery skills that would help young people learn how to cook local fresh food from scratch and lead to lower carbon lifestyles.

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Donald MacKinnon

Donald MacKinnon

After studying Politics and Geography at Glasgow University, Donald MacKinnon returned home to the Isle of Lewis with a determination to build a life for himself working the land, and a commitment to building a strong future for the island.

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ENGINE Exchange Programme

ENGINE Exchange Programme

The ENGINE Exchange is a European LEADER funded project between Smaland in Sweden and a partnership between Angus, Perth and Kinross and Fife LEADER programmes.

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Melissa Reilly

Melissa Reilly

Having grown up in Lanark herself, Melissa Reilly is now in an ideal position to be supporting her community through her role as Development Manager for the Lanark Community Development Trust. Challenges faced include affordable house and digital connectivity.

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Jakob Eunson

Jakob Eunson

Jakob lives in Uradale, Shetland Isles approximately three minutes outside Scalloway, the ancient Island capital. He farms an organic enterprise with his father and predominantly runs native Shetland breeds. Not only is Jakob a farmer, but he’s also a trained butcher who supplies the farm’s lamb and beef direct to wholesalers and retailers.

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Amy Dunnachie

Amy Dunnachie

Amy Dunnachie grew-up on the Isle of Jura before moving to the mainland to study silversmithing at the Glasgow School of Art. After graduating, Amy decided to move back to the mountains and coastline she calls home. Her challenges include: infrastructure, employment and long-term and affordable housing.

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