OUR LATEST NEWSLETTER is just out and is available in a print edition this time, for the first time since the Covid-19 pandemic began in early 2020. If you would like to be added to the circulation list for the print edition, please contact Secretary/Treasurer Lyndsey Hayes. Contents include: a report on challenges for livestock […]
OUR LATEST NEWSLETTER is just out. It is online only for the third time, but we hope to be able to do a print edition as normal next time. Contents include: plans for an agritech hub at Easter Bush to promote net zero agriculture; climate change champions and woodland; how forest soils lock up carbon;
LATEST NEWSLETTER • SCRR News Issue 96, featuring… recovery and resilience in rural science; climate-positive farming arrives in Aberdeenshire; our seafood industry and the impact of world events; boosts for rural tourism; and much more
EVENT UPDATE • Posters from our online mini-conference in November 2020, which focused on the work of early career researchers (ECRs), are now available to download as PDFs.
EVENT REPORT • At our online mini-conference on November 11th 2020, Early Career Researchers from SCRR’s member organisations shared their cutting-edge research into rural resilience and recovery – in livestock sectors, bees’ environments, community land ownership and science-based rural tourism.
EVENT REPORT • Now available: a report, with a video of the full discussion, from our online replacement for the annual Peter Wilson lecture – held May 11, 2020
SCRR News Issue 95, featuring… Prof Sarah Skerratt, Scientific Director of SCRR, on dialogue and engagement at a time of global challenge; climate change and our coasts; the condition of Scottish woodland; badgers, cows and TB; and a report on the online RSE/SCRR Peter Wilson Lecture 2020