Herding cattle - Staffin, North Skye

Why should you join us?

When you become a member of SCF you will:
• be able to receive a regular e-newsletter update of our ‘Register of Available Crofts’ or RAC, listing available owner/occupier and tenant crofts throughout the crofting counties.
find free assistance and guidance for those wanting to enter crofting.
have access to a free dedicated legal helpline through crofting law specialists Inksters Solicitors.
get the opportunity to brand and market your croft produce with our unique Scottish Crofting Produce Mark – giving you the added credibility of being a member of the UK’s largest association of small-scale food producers!
be able to promote your croft tourism business on the SCF website. With over 55,000 page views a year.
get a 5% discount on purchases (excluding feed & medicines) from Animal Health (Highland) Ltd, Dingwall (we are also negotiating member discounts from even more crofting related suppliers!)
receive 3 issues a year of ‘The Crofter’ – a magazine full of useful resources and information for crofters AND regular e-mail notifications from SCF HQ of policies, information and news.
be a part of a wide network of contacts for sharing experiences and sourcing information.
have access to our Skills Mentoring and Community Mediation services.
have access to advice and can be put in touch with someone who can help solve problems.
have access to the services of the NFU Mutual Insurance Society, whose schemes have been specially drawn up to cover crofting homes and activities.
PLUS, you will also have the unique opportunity to help shape crofting policies for the benefit of future generations of crofters and our rural communities!
The Scottish Crofting Federation is the only organisation lobbying exclusively for the interests of crofters and small producers. Your membership fee is a vital part of the funding that allows us to do this.
With our collective action, support for crofting and remote rural communities gains a higher profile. Thanks to our members the SCF gives Crofting a strong political representation, benefiting crofters now as well as future generations: we are directly involved in shaping policies and enhanced schemes specific to crofting such as the Croft House Grant Scheme, Bull Hire Scheme, and Crofting Counties Agricultural Grants Scheme; and the beneficial parts of the Crofting Reform Bill have been retained while the many negative aspects have been removed.
For all this and more the annual subscription is only £63 per individual or £94.50 for joint membership (two residing at the same address).
For more information please see our membership leaflet.

How do I become a member?

Join the SCF by downloading and completing the membership leaflet above to pay by Direct Debit - with a 15% discount on your first year’s subscription - or by choosing your membership category and clicking the link below to join using Paypal (you don’t need a Paypal account and can pay using a credit or debit card).
For Paypal payments we will be notified of your payment and will be able to set up your membership from the details you supplied for the transaction (If you have a Paypal account please check that the email and postal addresses are up to date before submitting your payment.)
If you have any queries please contact us .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) , and if you are setting up a joint membership please email with both names.

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Rooted in our communities; the Scottish Crofting Federation (SCF) is the only organisation solely dedicated to campaigning for crofters and fighting for the future of crofting.
By making a donation to the SCF you will be helping to safeguard and promote the rights, livelihoods and culture of crofters and their communities.