This week, Julie Ingram made a welcome return to CCRI after spending just over six months in Australia and Indonesia as part of an OECD Research Fellowship.
On May 21st in Brussels a free event will be taking place related to on-farm demonstrations. Hannah Chiswell and Julie Ingram will be there as representatives of the AgriDemo-F2F project
Julie Ingram and Lisa Lobry de Bruyn (University of New England) are guest editors of a special edition of the journal Soil Use and Management, featuring a number of papers with that are authored by CCRI researchers.
Julie Ingram has for the last six months been in Australia and Indonesia as part of an OECD Research Fellowship. During this time she has travelled extensively, conducted a number of seminars and has also written a short Blog about her experiences.
Julie Ingram who is to present a paper at the ‘Innovations in Technology and Management for Achieving Sustainable Development Goals’ conference that is taking place at JK Lakshmipat University, Jaipur, India.
2019 has started well for PhD student Kamilla Skaalsveen, with the publication of her first article which reviewed existing literature on the effects of farming practices on water quality and retention.
As 2018 draws to a close, CCRI researchers Julie Ingram, Hannah Chiswell and Jane Mills have successfully published a trio of papers in the International Journal of Agricultural Extension.
Dr Julie Ingram has been awarded an OECD Research Fellowship.
A forum led by the Royal Agricultural University (RAU) and the Countryside and Community Research Institute (CCRI) to support farmer-led initiatives and fresh thinking on policy issues welcomed representatives from over a dozen organisations
The CCRI is part of a partnership for a new two year research translation project, which aims to improve the profitability and sustainability of how the current and future farmers in the UK manage their grassland