A new multi-authored paper has just been published in Land Use Policy which aims to identify where stronger evidence is needed in the digital agriculture movement.
Former CCRI director, Professor Nigel Curry discusses the long-standing issue of prosperity in rural areas and how this could be shared in the future.
Professor Julie Ingram from the Countryside and Community Research Institute (CCRI) within the University of Gloucestershire is the co-author of a research paper published today in leading international journal Nature Food.
The Countryside and Community Research Institute has been successful in its application to take part in Defra’s Tests and Trials programme.
Antony Lyons, Artist in Residence at the CCRI and lead for the ‘Here Commons Everybody’ creative programme has just completed his first fieldwork phase for the Endangered Landscapes Partnership in the Greater Côa Valley, Portugal.
Lydia Medland and Sam Scott have written a blog concerning the scheme that is set to replace the ‘Seasonal Worker Pilot’ in December 2021 and its potential repercussions.
Recently a number of the team in CCRI were joined by other academics and discussed the long-awaited second part of England’s National Food Strategy. The collective have written this article about the strategy and its proposals.
The University of Gloucestershire’s Countryside and Community Research Institute (CCRI) continues its annual Winter School for PhD researchers, guided by the theme of crossing boundaries. It will take place on 3rd & 4th March 2022.
Charlotte Chivers is lead author of a new paper that explores the extent to which videos and podcasts could play a greater role when communicating with farmers.
We are delighted to present a guest blog by Dr John Lever and Dr James Scott Vandeventer from the University of Huddersfield about an aquaponics farm in West Yorkshire.