Making visible the cultural values at risk from tree pests and diseases through arts approaches (TREESCAPES).
This project was commissioned by Defra and ran from October 2018 to March 2019.
In 2019 a team at CCRI was commissioned by Natural England to develop a set of social indicators that can be used to monitor and evaluate agri-environment schemes.
The CCRI is part of a partnership for a two year research translation project funded by the Sustainable Agriculture Research and Innovation Club (SARIC).
The CCRI is involved in a project, FUTGRAZE, which is being led by the Norwegian Institute of Bioeconomy Research (NIBIO).
This Rural Housing Survey sought the opinions and experiences of residents of rural areas in England to help Rural England better understand housing issues.
This collaborative project will demonstrate how buildings and boundaries enclosing spaces associated with their historic use can be better integrated into decision making processes based on an ecosystem services approach.
This project will use a range of existing and ongoing work including data on boundaries in the Lower Severn Vale to develop GIS resources in the Lower Severn Vale using open data and open source GIS software.
The project will develop a methodology that can identify the benefits and attribute values associated with the dry stone walls of the Peak District National Park.