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.
Four new knowledge exchange projects receive a share of £500,000 to boost the impact of the Future of UK Treescapes Programme.
CCRI Director Matt Reed and PhD student Pippa Simmonds have recently recorded a Podcast for the 'People Place and Nature Podcast' entitled 'Farming, Sustainability, and the Food Cycle'.
The Future of UK Treescapes programme, with support from NERC, ESRC, and AHRC, is pleased to announce the second round of Treescapes Fellowships.
CCRI have recruited a new research assistant to work on co-designing a citizen science approach for achieving integrated catchment management.
Last week, Bryonny Goodwin-Hawkins, Janet Dwyer, Katarina Kubinakova and Aimee Morse travelled to Barcelona for the RUSTIK project’s Living Labs kick-off event.
Professors Damian Maye and Julie Ingram will be involved in one of seven new research projects examining how rural enterprises are adapting to the major challenges facing the economy.