The search is on for up to four young East Anglian agri-professionals who, with support from TMAF, want to build their management, communication and business skills.
New weather monitoring at TMAF’s Morley Farm is providing interesting data for today and useful comparisons with previous times.
One year into her PhD co-supported by TMAF, research student Suzannah Cobb updates us on the progress – and challenges – thus far.
A benchmarking network to compare the different elements that make up a farm’s carbon footprint is a step closer to being produced thanks to the result of TMAF-supported analysis and report.
In the wake of a flurry of reports for and about the future of farming, TMAF Trustee Philip Richardson shares his analysis of farming’s predicament and opportunities.
We invited Swedish thought-leaders on farm carbon capture to explain the seven steps they believe will change on-farm practice and fast-track new technical innovation. The result? Reduce farming’s carbon emissions, improve carbon capture and be rewarded for it.
At our TMAF Winter Talks we have the chance to listen to and question two of Europe’s most influential thought-leaders on why and how we can measure farming’s carbon footprint to the benefit of farm businesses.
TMAF produces more than crops and evidence. We also offer invaluable experience and insights, particularly to young agri-professionals at the start of their careers. One of the latest to enjoy a TMAF opportunity is Stan Clarke. We asked him to sum up what he did and what he gained.
One of our over-arching pieces of current research is the Morley Soil and Agronomic Monitoring Study (SAMS). We have put together this explanation of what it is, does and hopes to discover and share.
For many years TMAF has helped to finance the research work by PhD students. This year we have decided to start to wholly fund PhD studies. Here’s an explanation of why we chose Harvey Armstrong as the first recipient and what his research journey will be.