Because of the Coronavirus restrictions, all activities at Green Routes have been suspended until further notice.
However, we have been given six hens and two turkeys from St. Modans High School, as there is no-one to care for them during the school closure, and we now have all the new hens in with four of the ducks and the turkeys in the coop. This is the first time we have had turkeys!
David Thomas, one of our tutors, has made this video, showing how the sheep, pigs and plants are doing just now.
The raised beds are prepared, the daffodils are starting to flower and the rhubarb is sprouting, though there's still a bit of snow on the hills.
Green Routes students Sam Ridley and Cameron Browne presented findings from their creative research work with Rachel Clive of the University of Glasgow at the Conference in Glasgow at the end of January.
and you can read all about it here