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|Connecting Classrooms and Gardens in Kenya and Scotland||
This report was put together by the participants of the Kenyan Connections Fellowship in 2016 at the end of the currently funded project. The project itself will continue.
|Pam Rodway||May 2016||Kenyan Connections report to Arkleton 2016 copy.pdf|
|Update To The Siberian Solar Panel Project, Spring 2014||
A return expedition to the Lower Kolyma region of SakhaDYakutia was undertaken in the March and April of 2014. The expedition proceeded with the aim of updating all partner organisations on matters regarding the pilot solar panel project of the nomadic community (obschina) Turvaurgin. The Kolyma expedition was also used to attend a seminar held at the Lower Kolyma College for Northern Peoples.
|Chris Madine and Tero Mustonen||2014 April||Snowchange Solar Panel Project Update April 2014 copy.pdf|
|Creative Entrepreneurs - An approach to rural business in Shetland||
This report was prepared as a result of an award made as an Arkleton Trust Fellowship in 2012, it was also given as a paper at the Arkleton Trust seminar in 2012. This report explores why art and creativity are important to the future economic social development of rural and remote communities.
|Andy Ross||2012 July||Ross report.pdf|
|Building resilient institutional infrastructure for development in remote rural areas||
This report was prepared following the 2012 Arkleton Trust Fellowship award and submitted to the 2012 Arkleton Trust seminar by Jane Atterton and Kendra Turnbull.
It looks at the communities of Glendale in North Northumberland and Langholm in Dumfries and Galloway. Both communities saw development initiatives set up in the mid 1990's although for different reasons. Both communities are perceived as peripheral in their regional contexts and choosing communities in England and Scotland offers an interesting opportunity for cross-border comparison.
|Kendra Turnbull||2012 July||Atterton Report.pdf|
|Sustaining Rural Communities in their own Place||
This report was prepared following the 2012 Arkleton Trust Fellowship award and submitted to the 2012 Arkleton Trust Seminar by Amanda Bryan and Monica Oprean. The report examines the relationship between community resiliance, community engagement, participation and the active and productive management of forests and woodlands in Scotland and Romania.
|Amanda Bryan and Monica Oprean||2012 July||Edited_Proposal_Amanda_Bryan_Monica_Oprean copy.pdf|
|Livelihood analysis and diversification for ARCAB project||
This paper was produced as an output from the John Higgs Award given to Terry cannon in 2012
|Terry Cannon||2012 December||ARCABTerry CannonLivelihoodsReportDecember2012.pdf|
|Solar panel project for the Lower Kolyma region of the Republic of Sakha-Yakutia, Russia: A four year collaboration||
This report describes the events which have unfolded in the attempt to train two candidates from Siberian communities to become solar engineers. This training is devised and conducted by the Barefoot College, an organisation based in India which is primarily involved in rural development. The training process lasts a period of six months and is designed to result in a candidate becoming fully proficient in the construction and maintenance of their community’s own solar powered light project. The aim of this venture was to take solar light technology to the nomadic reindeer herders of the Chukchi Nation (Turvaurgin and Nutendli communities) located in the Lower Kolyma region of the Republic of Sakha-Yakutia, Russia.
|Chris Madine||2011 December||Solar panel project for the Lower Kolyma region of the Republic of Sakha-Yakutia|
|Abernethy Forest - Its People & Its Past||
An historical account of the forest describing its ownership by the Lairds of Grants and management since the 17th century. The booklet identifies many interesting features and sites of former industrial activity with the use of photographs and a professionally prepared map.
Available in hard copy only.
|Elspeth Grant||1995 January|
|Towards Sustainable Rural Communities||
Book consisting of edited papers from a series of Seminars organised by John Bryden whilst Winegard Visiting Professor at the University of Guelph. The book takes a much broader view of the subject of `sustainability’ than is usual and presents an eclectic combination of topics, ideas and perspectives. Printed in English (247 pages) and French.
Available in hard copy only.
|John Bryden||1994 October|
|Farm Family Pluriactivity in Europe||
Original data charts and maps from the Arkleton Trust’s research programme on farm structures and household pluriactivity in Europe.
|Andre H Brun, Anthony M Fuller||1992 May|
|Farmers and Politics in France||
Translation of a publication in 1990 entitled “Les agriculteurs et la politique” by Presses de la Fondation Nationale des Sciences Politiques (Paris). The translated papers result from a conference of the most eminent French agricultural economists and political scientists.
|Michael Tracy (Editor), Hélène Delorme, Pierre Coulomb, Bertrand Hervieu, Philippe Lacombe, Marcel Jollivet||1991 September||Les agriculteurs et la politique (en France)|
|Proceedings of the Braemar Colloquium||
Collection of papers presented at the Second Review Meeting of Research Programme on Farm Structures and Pluriactivity held in Braemar, Scotland, from 16th to 20th July 1989.
Not available online.
|Europe 1993: Implications for Rural Areas Seminar Papers||
This 171-page document includes the research papers on rural policy issues in Western Europe and North America presented at the Arkleton/Aspen Institute/ARRG Europe-North America Exchange Programme Seminar held in March 1990. [Available in hard copy only]
|Michael Tracy (Editor)||1991 July|
|Proceedings of the Freyung-Grafenau Colloquium||
A report on the 2nd Review Meeting of the Research Programme on Farm Structures and Pluriactivity - Rural Change in Europe - held at Waldkirchen, Freyung-Grafenau, Germany on 18th - 21st September 1988. Theme: Structural Policies and Multiple Job Holding in the Rural Development Process. A 261-page report.
Not available online.
|Theory Task Group Report||
Report of the Theory Task group set up to study rural change in Europe: Research programme on farm structures and pluriactivity