This project will involve an independent, process, impact and value for money evaluation of the FMP programme and of the development and implementation of FMPs in England and FMPs jointly delivered by England and Wales.
This project evolved as a farmer-led research initiative to address local evidence gaps identified by farmer partners in Powys wanting to enhance the long-term viability and sustainability of their farms.
This project project focuses on farmers and farm advisors as key, yet often under researched, actors in the context of efforts to implement landscape solutions to the climate and biodiversity emergencies.
Researchers at the CCRI have explored the potential of long-term agreements (30 years+) for achieving landscape recovery in lowland productive areas, including how a funding approach which blends both public and private funding may work.
Conducted in five case study areas across England and Wales, this project set out to build an understanding of farmers’ current and future willingness to vaccinate, or facilitate the vaccination of, cattle and badgers against bovine Tuberculosis (bTB) in Great Britain.