Over the last few months, CCRI researchers have had continued success with numerous articles being accepted for publication.
The work of numerous researchers in the CCRI has been referenced in a new report published today by the House of Lords Land Use Committee.
The Countryside and Community Foundation has an open call for grant applications which closes on 27 January 2023.
The British Academy has now published the outputs from its 'Shared Understandings of a Sustainable Future research programme', under which the 'Rural Climathons' research project was funded.
To coincide with World Soil Day, a new SoilPlastic App is available for citizens, students and farmers which will help scientists understand how much plastic ends up in soils.
In November 2022, the 'Going the Extra Mile' (GEM) programme came to an end and with it a celebration of the successes achieved over its six years.
A new study, led by researchers from CCRI, explores farmer and stakeholder attitudes towards vaccinating cattle and badgers against bovine tuberculosis.
We were saddened last week to hear of the death of Michael Dower, a visiting Professor of Rural Development at the University of Gloucestershire and a friend to many in the CCRI.
A new agri-tech partnership for Gloucestershire has been established, with Professor Julie Ingram involved in a research capacity role.