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
Julie Ingram recently presented at the International Society of Precision Agriculture’s webinar series.
CCRI researchers Julie Ingram and Chris Short, together with Kenny Lynch from SNSS with support from CCRI placement student Ella Rowe, successfully ran an online conference for University of Gloucestershire researchers on 16th December.
We are very pleased to recognise the achievements of Julie Ingram and Julie Urquhart with their promotions and to welcome two new members of staff to the team.
A recent article by Julie Ingram and Damian Maye on digitalisation and agricultural knowledge has now been included in a new ebook.
A new farmer infographic has been published following a seminar that took place last year.
A new paper has been published arising from research conducted during the EU 7th Framework VALERIE project with Julie Ingram as lead author.
Damian Maye and Julie Ingram have just had a paper accepted for publication in ‘Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems’ that considers the implications of a digital transformation in agricultural production systems specifically for agricultural knowledge.