AFCP Student Forum - 11 April 2019 at University of Reading
The AgriFood Charities Partnership (AFCP) conference is open to all students doing research which is funded, or part-funded by charities. This includes not only those studying for PhDs but also students doing a piece of research as part of their degree. The aim is to provide an opportunity for students working in Agriculture and Food to network and share knowledge and experiences.
Charity trustees and student supervisors are also be welcome to attend.
AFCP AGM and CEO report
Research and project collaborations, and membership, is growing: the AFCP AGM and CEO Report on 6 November 2018.
A clarion call for greater cooperation and partnerships to deliver the investment, influence and impetus to transform the UK Food and Farming sector was delivered by speakers at this year's AFCP Annual Forum on the the role of charities in UK food and farming post Brexit, hosted by the University of Hertfordshire.
Speakers presentations can be found here in the programme .
The charity HighGround needs £90,000 to support military leavers entering the land-based sector. HighGround plans to run 8 Rural Insight weeks at Bicton College in Devon to provide armed service personnel (serving or veterans) with a comprehensive insight to the full depth and breadth of employment and career opportunities across farming and the rural land-based sector.
Student Forum showcases research from soils to sheep supported by charities working together
The British Science Museum plan to build a new exhibition that showcases the innovation and importance of UK farming and food
The Farmers Club Charitable Trust is seeking the support of AFCP charity members in developing leaders in agriculture.
Programme & Presentations from the Annual Forum "Upskilling agriculture and food supply—where should charities focus?"
Royal Norfolk Agricultural Association produces significant report on engaging children with food, farming and the countryside
AFCP was registered as a company limited by guarantee in February 2008 and became a registered charity in June 2015. The Board and its Directors and advisors represent a range of charities and organisations from across the UK. See About Us.
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