Plans are in progress to develop the UK’s first School of Sustainable Food and Farming at Harper Adams University
School will draw on academic and practical expertise to develop knowledge and skills for farmers and businesses in the farming supply chain.
While the initial targets for the school will focussed on how to achieve net-zero UK agriculture, the school has bigger ambitions on sustainable education, and will include other aspects of sustainability including biodiversity, animal welfare, rural community support, green energy production and farm profitability.
An interesting milestone for the UK sustainability education segment.
Wonder how many countries have schools and universities dedicated to sustainable food and farming. We reckon most, if not all, would be part of a larger school.
In which case, a good beginning.
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