CCRI Visiting Research Fellow, Jane Ricketts Hein, is organising a free one-day conference for Welsh upland farmers at Bangor University. The conference is called “What is the future for upland farming in Wales: Beyond CAP?”
Somerset dairy farmers are invited to a free event to put forward their needs and aspirations for the sustainability of dairy farming in Somerset following Brexit.
Damian Maye has provided a short commentary in Veterinary Record on a new paper, published in the same issue, by Ruth Little and colleagues.
Dr Nick James, who is a geographer and Associate Lecturer with the Open University, and Liz Child, a Human Ecology graduate and a local fresh food campaigner, are making a presentation on Thursday 16th February entitled ‘A Horticultural Belt for Stroud District’.
Dr Dan Marsh, who is visiting the CCRI from the University of Waikato, New Zealand, gave a presentation at the CCRI Seminar Series on Thursday, 2nd February. His presentation can now be viewed on YouTube.
Dr Dan Marsh, who is visiting the CCRI from the University of Waikato, New Zealand, is giving a presentation at the CCRI Seminar Series today (Thursday, 2nd February).
The CCRI is seeking to appoint a Research Assistant (Student Placement) to support the research output of the Institute. Find out more!
The VALERIE project partners have been meeting in Toulouse (23rd-27th January) to review progress and plan for the last year of the project
Around 200 people attended a major conference on Natural Flood Management (NFM) at the University of Gloucestershire on 25th January. The conference -“Natural Flood Management: Enabling Partnerships and Action” – was organised by the CCRI and Stroud District Council and was aimed at building partnerships between local communities, flood groups, local authorities and land managers to enable them to deliver effective natural flood management at the local scale.
Damian Maye and Mauro Vigani are currently in Portugal, presenting an update on progress to date on Work Package 2 under the Horizon 2020 Sufisa project.