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NFU

The NFU represents more than 46,000 farming and growing businesses. Our purpose is to champion British agriculture and horticulture, to campaign for a stable and sustainable future for British farmers and to secure the best possible deal for our members. We strive to protect and promote British farm life and give our members a voice now and in the future.

Science for Sustainable Agriculture aims to ensure the positive contribution of scientific innovation in agriculture and food production is recognised in public life and policy making.

Funding available for research and knowledge exchange in the UK comes from a mix of public, industry and charitable sources

Report by Prof Tim Benton and Dr Helen Harwatt on sustainability in farming, regenerative agr

Independent Review for Defra led by Prof Simon Pearson: Executi

The Department for Environment Food & Rural Affairs

A new Defra forum which will bring together stakeholders to identify and improve collaborative working on shared issues facing the agricultural sector.

Knowledge Exchange in Agriculture in the UK is diverse, with many organisations involved. That is part of the reason for creating Farm-PEP, to help provide connections to what many percieve as a fragmented landscape.

Many of the most telling innovations that make a difference on-farm come from farmers themselves, or from close collaboration between farmers, advisors, industry and researchers

Henry Dimbleby's National Food Strategy, reported in July 2021

George Eustice presented the response to Henry Dimbleby's National Food Strategy on 13 June 2022. Read the full text at the link below, or the Executive summary

We work to bring together unusual combinations of voices in order to devise a range of practical actions that can have significant impact on our climate, nature, health and economy. 

Once upon a time the UK had a clever, innovative thriving horticultural industry. Sales were local and to markets and shop in towns across the UK. We have lost this industry and all that is left are massive businesses on thousands of acres supplying supermarkets and very small scale growers.  

What is ELMs? The three-tier Environmental Land Management (ELM

Report from RASE on getting to Net Zero.

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Thrive through change with the Royal Agricultural University

Interesting discussions on policy, farming and environment with Defra's Future Farming & Countryside Programme Director Janet Hughes

Get involved in the co-design of new policies and keep up to date with Defra's Future Farming & Countryside programme.

Aiming to strengthen the impact and benefit of agricultural research at scale. Supported by the Elizabeth Creak Charitable Trust.

The Leading Voice for the Agrisupply Industry The Agricultural Industries Confederation (AIC) is the agrisupply industry’s leading trade association.

Initiative led by Jenny Phelps to bring together farm advisors to enable joined up discussions and collaborations farm advice.

Defra has announced the next round of fully funded advisory support as part of its Future Farming Resilience Fund (FFRF). A range of organisations are delivering free, tailored one to one advice, events and skills development workshops to help farmers and land managers to navigate the changes brought about by the Agricultural Transition. 

Regulation can hinder or stimulate innovation, so with advances in knowledge and technologies

One of the schemes of ELMs

Defra's policy document from 2018

Report published by The Green Alliance by James Elliott, Lydia Collas and Dustin Benton in r

Paper published in People and Nature on co-designing Defra's roll out of ELMs. Paul Hur

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