Later this week, the final RECARE conference will be taking place in Brussels. Over the last five years, the project has been the focus for three researchers within CCRI. One of these, Matt Reed reflects on RECARE, prior to its culmination.
The deadline for completing the online rural housing survey has been extended to 17th September. All valid completions completed by that date will have a chance of winning one of ten £10 Amazon vouchers
The CCRI is conducting a survey for Rural Services Network (RSN) and Rural England, which seeks the opinions and experiences of residents of rural areas on rural housing
In May 2018, research assistant Nick Lewis took a trip to Scotland where he ran the Southern Upland Way, Britain’s first official coast-to-coast long distance footpath. Following on from a previous blog post, he has written a short piece reflecting upon his experiences on his latest trip.
Janet Dwyer has been at the LEAF Marque Summit today (Thursday 22nd March 2018), hosted by Waitrose in Maidenhead, Berkshire, which has been exploring some of the pressing questions around the role of assurance systems in delivering meaningful improvements for farmers and the environment.
Project: Foresters’ Forest – Monitoring and Evaluation
Duration of project: December 2014 – April 2021
PEGASUS project presents key lessons and messages at final conference in Brussels
Foresters’ Forest has launched a survey to find out how much residents and visitors know about the built, natural and cultural heritage of the Forest, as well as understanding more about what makes the Forest special to people. Take part in the survey now and enter free draw to win some fantastic prizes.
The results of a CCRI study of the LEAF Marque certification have today been released. The study shows that LEAF Marque certification can offer significant financial, environmental and social benefits for farm businesses both in the UK and overseas.
The CCRI has today published a new Commons e-book, featuring a compilation of blog posts written in connection with commons, and in particular attendance at various international IASC conferences over the last few years. This follows on from the Commons e-book that the CCRI published in March 2016, entitled ‘Commons – Governance of shared assets’, which is still available as a free download.