PhD student seeking survey responses
CCRI PhD student Berglind Karlsdóttir has just launched a survey on the impacts of tree planting on…
The Countryside and Community Research Institute (CCRI) is a collaboration between University of Gloucestershire, the Royal Agricultural University and Hartpury College for the purposes of research, education and knowledge exchange.
The CCRI is one of the largest specialist rural research centres in the UK, working at the interface of agriculture, society and the environment on issues relevant to rural and urban development, in the UK, Europe and further afield.
Working with colleagues and partners in the physical as well as social sciences the CCRI has placed itself at the centre of a nexus of mutual exchange. These exchanges range from soil science, sustainable agriculture, to the culture of food, and the limits of the food system.
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