Professor Julie Ingram from the Countryside and Community Research Institute (CCRI) within the University of Gloucestershire is the co-author of a research paper published today in leading international journal Nature Food.
The Countryside and Community Research Institute has been successful in its application to take part in Defra’s Tests and Trials programme.
MINAGRIS, an EU-funded project which launches today, will explore how plastic debris is affecting soil biodiversity, soil functions, related ecosystem services, and agricultural productivity.
The University of Gloucestershire and Imperial College London are coordinating new research announced by UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) exploring ways in which trees, woods and forest can help address climate change.
The final SoilCare conference will take place on Thursday 24th June from 10:30-15:00 CET with the aim of disseminating the findings of our EU-funded project and inciting discussion surrounding our results and policy recommendations.
The CCRI is to participate in a greenhouse gas removal research project under a major grant from UKRI
CCRI Director Janet Dwyer, has become the president of a prestigious long-standing society, UK Agricultural Economics Society which promotes study and teaching within the domains of agricultural, food and related industries, rural society and the environment.
This year’s World Soil Day (5th December) is dedicated to the theme “Keep soil alive, protect soil biodiversity”. Find out more about the ongoing SoilCare project.
Professor Clive Potter of Imperial College London and Dr Julie Urquhart of the University of Gloucestershire will be joint Ambassador for the Future of Treescapes project.
Today (5th December) is World Soil Day – a day to celebrate and raise awareness on the importance of our soils.
Can farmers improve their soil whilst increasing their profitability? This is a question that has been puzzling scientists on the SoilCare research project for the last four years.