We are monitoring the situation regarding coronavirus in relation to our events in the coming weeks and months. We will act in accordance with any new government guidance that is released but at this current time only the CEA and YIF events in March has been postponed – all other events will happen as planned, however please check individual event pages for details. We are working to ensure every opportunity is taken to mitigate the risk and this information will be shared with attendees.
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In light of the ever changing situation around Coronavirus we have made the decision to postpone this event until later in the year.Find out more »
Forecasting, monitoring and mitigating the impacts of weather on agriculture has always been at the heart of farming. This Pollinator will explore some of the state-of-the-art solutions to help farmer stay one step ahead of the weather, and as climate change brings ever more extreme weather events, how the supply chain can insure against and help mitigate risks.
We are still intending to run this event in some format, if you would like to take part please register to express your interest and we will contact you with further details.Find out more »
An introductory session to hemp from our members, Hanway Associates.Find out more »
We’ll be hearing about the ups and downs of growing alternative crops to explore new markets and drive on-farm profitability, as well as potentially growing crops suited to a changing climate.Find out more »
Silvo-arable and silvo-pasture systems, as well as farming forests could help UK agriculture reach next zero carbon emissions by 2040. But tree planting requires long-term planning and a clear understanding of the natural capital potential as well as anticipated economic benefits.Find out more »
This unique one-day introduction provides an overview of agri-industries, the challenges faced and the opportunities. It is aimed at giving useful insights to those new to the sector and to people from other industries.Find out more »
Improvements in crops, livestock and insects are possible thanks to advanced tools of breeding, using molecular and genetic techniques. Here we will have an update on where advanced breeding is helping harness new and ancient traits as well as exploring the regulatory landscape for their management and application.Find out more »