What the South West needs for Growing the Future

Event at the University of Gloucestershire will discuss what the region needs for 21st century food and farming.

The seminar is hosted by the Countryside and Community Research Institute. The workshop, which is free to attend, seeks to build on ideas from a range of industry experts, practitioners and existing discussions to identify priorities and ways to embed them into action so that food, farming and environment policy is fit for the challenges that lie ahead in the next 70 years.

Confirmed speakers include Professor Janet Dwyer, CCRI, University of Gloucestershire, Sue Pritchard, Director of the The Food, Farming and Countryside Commission, Professor Tim Lang from the Centre for Food Policy, City, University of London and George Dunn from the Tenant Farmers Association.

The event will be held at the University of Gloucestershire Oxstalls Campus on Thursday 29 March 2018. Save the date and save your free place on the event webpage.


01/02/2018
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