e Ingram, Jane Mills, Matt Reed, and Charlotte Chivers of the CCRI were recently involved in delivering two sessions at Eurosoil 2021.
Artist Kerry Morrison has written further reflections on her week spent in Manchester’s Whitworth Park with Jasmine Black as part of the Changing Treescapes AHRC project.
Artist Kerry Morrison has written some reflections on her week spent in Manchester’s Whitworth Park with Jasmine Black as part of the Changing Treescapes AHRC project.
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.
Defra have published CCRI research how professional fishers and recreational anglers participate in the management and science of fisheries in England.
CCRI Research Assistant, Jasmine Black has recently spent time exploring Manchester’s Whitworth park ahead of undertaking two weeks of fieldwork there for the Changing Treescapes project. She has written this reflective piece about her experiences there.
The July edition of the Open Access Government magazine features an article detailing the EU Horizon 2020 funded ‘SPRINT’ project.
CCRI researchers Julie Ingram and Caitlin Hafferty recently presented a paper at The European Seminar on Extension and Education (ESEE) hosted by Teagasc at Ballyhaise Agricultural College, Cavan, Ireland.
COVID-19 has disrupted the normal way information and advice is shared and accessed in the Agricultural Knowledge and Innovation System (AKIS). Researchers from the Countryside and Community Research Institute (CCRI) and ADAS consulted a range of farmers and other stakeholders about their experiences during the pandemic.
Researchers from the CCRI are leading authors in a new paper to be published in the Journal of Agricultural Education and Extension