Scott Johnston is a native of Dundee, Scotland, and a graduate of Durham University in England where he earned honors in philosophy, politics and economics. From 1979 until he retired in 1995, he was the chief executive of the National Farmers Union of Scotland. In retirement, he has been a consultant to the European Union in Romania and Bulgaria. He lives in Edinburgh where his hobbies are constantly reconfiguring his homemade alpine garden and climbing Scotland’s mountains, if at a more sedate pace than in the past.
Scott Johnston's most recent articles:
- At 36,000 Feet, Sunset’s Afterglow Paints a Rare Beauty of the Land - August 7th, 2011
- And a long gin and tonic on ice can enrich the view.
- A Victim of Health Care. (Victim? Really?) - March 24th, 2010
- If This is Victimhood I’m Suffering, Don’t Set Me Free
- An Idyllic, Serene Twilight Visit Near The Sea in Northern Scotland - December 28th, 2005
- Until The Girls Burst In, Beseeching All To (What!) Buy Their Knickers