The EU funded SURE-Farm project has published a policy brief which outlines why a broader view of resilience is needed to ensure a sustainable agricultural sector in the longer term.
Media coverage for University of Gloucestershire researchers explore the resilience of UK arable farming
More than 125 people attended CCRI’s ‘Growing the Future’ Rural Policy workshop held at the University of Gloucestershire Oxstalls Campus in Gloucester on Thursday, 29th March, 2018.
Researchers from the CCRI are working with a team of European scientists to develop a novel resilience-enabling framework that can support policy makers and the farming sector to enhance the sustainability and resilience of farms and farming systems.
Researchers from the University of Gloucestershire’s Countryside and Community Research Institute (CCRI) are working with a team of European scientists to develop a novel resilience-enabling framework that can support policy makers and the farming sector to enhance the sustainability and resilience of farms and farming systems.
CCRI researchers have been at a Historic England workshop this week talking about their research, including dry stone walls in the Peak District National Park, and heritage, natural capital and ecosystems services in the Lower Severn Vale.
PEGASUS project presents key lessons and messages at final conference in Brussels
Paul Courtney has had a paper published which describes a programme of action research which has developed a user-friendly tool to assist smaller social purpose organisations to explore, evidence and value the benefits that they produce for society.
Paul Courtney worked with South West Forum and Clarity to undertake an evaluation of the Somerset Village Agents project, for which the final reports are available to download from the Community Council for Somerset website.
Paul Courtney is running a workshop at Hulme Community Garden Centre (HCGC) this afternoon in Manchester, where he will also be presenting the final report for a project funded by the Tudor Trust.