Members in Scotland are represented by a number of sector specific Scottish committees. Representatives sit on a number of AIC committees and working groups which ensures that information and issues are transferred between both AIC and members in Scotland.
AIC Scotland’s Future Policy aims to provide both a vision for Post-Brexit Scottish Agriculture and sets out clear proposals and practical measures to enable Scottish Agriculture to succeed in the 21st century.
From Monday the 9 th of August most remaining restrictions will be lifted in Scotland including limits on number of people who can meet up and social distancing rules in most settings. Please note a number of mitigations will remain in place including;
Following widespread concern from the Scottish seed sector about the implementation of OECD seed scheme rules, AIC Scotland, Scottish Seed committee members and AIC Seed sector Head Catherine Barrett have been successful in working with SASA and Scottish Government to find a solution for the printing of OECD labels. Agreed changes will enable Scottish members to compete on a level playing field with counterparts in other parts of the UK whilst remaining compliant with OECD seed scheme rules and regulations.
Following the results of the recent targeted dinner survey, and discussions with AIC Scotland committee members, a decision has been taken to cancel the AIC Scotland Dinner scheduled for the 25th of November 2021. Please find attached a letter from AIC Scotland Chairperson Robin Barron setting out the reasons for this decision.