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Mark Stephen explores the great Scottish outdoors.Mark Stephen and Euan Mcilwraith explore the great Scottish outdoors.Mark Stephen and Euan Mcilwraith explore the latest outdoor activities from Shetland to the Borders.Plus the key stories for those who live and work in the countryside.Mark Stephen and Euan Mcilwraith present a New year special.A New Year special in which Mark Stephen finds out what's involved in running a pheasant shoot and Euan Mcilwraith highlights the most inspirational outdoor activities in Scotland.Including Outdoor Conditions at 7.04am.Mark Stephen explores the great Scottish outdoors.Email outofdoors@bbc.co.uk with your comments.This festive season, Out of Doors has the definitive guide on how to blow away the cobwebs once you've pulled the crackers.
Euan finds out how the wet harvest and disappointing summer have impacted supplies of straw, hay and silage across Scotland and what cost that has to farmers.Growing as much of your own produce as you can and living sustainably is great if you have the space, time and money but is it possible to actually make a living out of producing and selling local food? Mark goes along to a Nourish Scotland event that aims to help people looking to set up local food enterprises.A couple of weeks ago the British Farming Awards were held in Birmingham. This year the Scottish Association of Young Farmers' Clubs were crowned winners in the 'Farming Hero' category for their mental health awareness campaign 'Are Ewe Okay?' Mark finds out more about it.Badgers are becoming increasingly common in our countryside and are also now a regular visitor to our towns and gardens. They are on the move at the moment and Euan goes looking for a set with the top man in the badger watching world, Eddie Palmer.Mark has a look around a garden full of Plants With Purpose with Margaret Lear who grows and sells interesting and useful plants and herbs.A project in the Highlands run by Scottish Wildcat Action is providing camera traps to schools. Pennie Latin finds out more. Euan and Mark meet Pammy Johal who lives at Lochluichart. Pammy was brought up in a Sikh family in Coventry and a few years ago, decided that the Highlands was the ideal place for her to be. She tells the team all about her organisation, Backbone. How do badgers cope with the upheaval caused by large construction projects such as the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route? Euan visits part of the building site to find out. The Cuningar Loop in Glasgow is a park we've visited a few times since the project was launched back in 2014. It's now open and Mark went for a look aroundAnd our soundscape this week is the crackle of a bonfire.
Mark Stephen and Euan McIlwraith explore the latest outdoor activities from Shetland to the Borders, plus the key stories for those who live and work in the countryside.Mark Stephen and Euan McIlwraith explore the latest outdoor activities from Shetland to the Borders, plus the key stories for those who live and work in the countryside.""