Julie is giving a presentation at a mini-symposium in Wageningen today, 4th October, entitled ‘Developing effective decision support for managing soil organic matter – stakeholder perspectives’, which is based on her research under the EU funded SmartSOil project.
Julie Ingram has had a paper published in Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions. The paper can be accessed online.
Julie Ingram is at the 23rd European Seminar on Extension (and) Education this week in Chania, Crete, where she will be presenting a paper on behalf of a VALERIE team of co-authors from CCRI and Wageningen University. The seminar title is Transformative learning: new directions in agricultural extension and education, and it aims to deepen understanding of current transformations in agricultural education and extension and the ways they promote transformative learning.
Julie Ingram and Damian Maye have had a article published in a new book. “Niche knowledge systems-challenging or invigorating the AKS? An analysis of the Permaculture community in England”, was published in AgroEcological Transitions : Changes and breakthroughs in the making.
Julie Ingram is presenting at the ‘Best practices addressing environmental and climate needs’ workshop, which has been organised by DG AGRI and the JRC, and is taking place on 23rd-24th March in Brussels.
Julie Ingram and Jane Mills are attending the Agridemo-F2F kick off meeting in Ghent this week. Agridemo-F2F is a new project funded by the EU Horizon 2020 programme.
Pete Gaskell and Julie Ingram are visiting one of the VALERIE project forestry case studies this week in the Roncal Valley in the Basque Pyrenees.
Julie Ingram will be in Kazakhstan from the 14th to 18th November, at a British Council Researcher Links Workshop on Management of Innovation in the Agricultural Sector. Julie is acting as mentor for the coordinators of the workshop which aims to increase research capacity of UK and Kazakhstani early career researchers and promote collaboration between them.
As part of the VALERIE project dissemination, a CCRI team is in Budapest this week presenting a paper at the 14th European Rural Development Network Conference: Knowledge sharing and innovation in agriculture and rural areas
Julie Ingram and Kenny Lynch are leading a Tri-lateral Researcher Links Workshop in Stellenbosch from 29th September to 1st October, thanks to funding secured earlier this year from the UK’s Newton Fund, supported by a British Council Researcher Links award.