Helping farmers improve productivity in an environmentally responsible way.
Supporting farmers across the country in developing innovative techniques, aimed at improving productivity, quality and environmental performance in agriculture. Showcasing a practical approach to research and development that inspires larger research funders to take an ecological approach and give farmers a real say. More about the programme...
At the heart of the programme are field labs - events where farmers and growers test new approaches, share existing best practice and sharpen their problem-solving skills. The field labs are open to all - organic or otherwise - and happen on-farm. More about our current field labs...
Research needs to tackle the real problems faced by farmers as they grapple with improving their productivity while protecting the environment. Last year we launched a new research fund where farmers and growers set the priorities. Please note, the second call of our research fund is now closed. More about the research fund...
The Innovation Award celebrates pioneering ideas in farming and growing across the UK. The award focuses on innovation that benefits the environment, health or animal welfare. The award is open to anyone involved in farming and growing, for example producers, community groups, scientists, farming consultants, designers and engineers. More about the innovation award...
GoldHill Organic Farm, Ridgeway Lane, Child Okeford, Blandford Forum, DT11 8HB
Wakelyns Agroforestry, Metfield Lane, Fressingfield, Near Eye, Diss, Suffolk, IP21 5SD
Please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0117 914 2400 if you have a query about the programme.
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