Chris Short was interviewed on BBC Radio 4 Farming Today, together with Jenny Phelps of FWAG SW, about the Upper Thames Catchment Partnership and Agri-environment schemes.
Matt Reed was interviewed on the Kate Clark BBC Radio Gloucestershire programme yesterday (25th February) about the newly launched local food app, ‘MiLarder’.
CCRI’s Dr Matt Reed spoke on the Kate Clark programme on BBC Radio Gloucestershire yesterday (10th December) about the importance of soil and how the CCRI is working on EU funded projects to identify ways in which soil quality can be improved through cropping systems and techniques.
John Powell has been fairly quiet recently regarding writing Blog articles. However, in a return to form, he has written this throught provoking piece about urban trees – partly inspired by events that took place in Sheffield.
Jane Mills talks to Faye Hatcher on BBC Radio Gloucestershire about the importance of soil and how it is often forgotten and undervalued as a global resource
CCRI Director, Janet Dwyer, was interviewed on BBC 4’s Farming Today on Friday, 1st July, 2016, about the funding that the UK currently receives from the EU CAP Pillar 2 funding, which is now under threat following the Referendum vote. The interview is available to listen to online until 31st July,.
Matt Reed gave us some ‘fish for thought’ last week on BBC Radio Gloucestershire last week in an interview with Faye Hatcher regarding heavy metals in fish. Matt’s interview can still be listened to until 7 June – read the news article for full information.
Following on from our recent post concerning discovery of a non-native specimen found hidden away in a Bristol museum that was shot in 1903, the piece has since been reported on the BBC News website with visual footage, rather than just audio.
Readers of this blog will know that we have a keen interest in ‘Big Cats’ and their (alleged) presence in our countryside.