Several members of the CCRI have been involved in a research partnership which will help shape new ELM schemes.
The latest NICRE-funded Climathon recently took place at Tramway farm on the Gloucestershire-Warwickshire border.
CCRI researchers Demelza Jones and Alice Goodenough have launched a new project in conjunction with fellow University researcher Clare Harris.
A major new survey from the National Innovation Centre for Rural Enterprise (NICRE) highlights barriers faced by rural businesses as they transition to net zero.
This research proposes to test the practical development of a payment by results (PBR) scheme on common land, to better understand the barriers and opportunities to improve delivery including the necessary governance.
The team behind the Flourishing Floodplains project are delight to announce that the video and factsheet outputs are now available.
The Cotswold Climathon took place at the end of September over two days at the Royal Agriculture University.
Following the unveiling of the first four projects funded under the third and final funding call of UK Treescapes, an additional fifth project has been welcomed into the fold.
Dr Alice Goodenough is part of a new project undertaking innovative research exploring whether the sounds of nature can influence the mental health and wellbeing of people in care homes.