A proposed merger between two of the UK’s leading farming and food educational organisations, LEAF (Linking Environment And Farming) and FACE (Farming & Countryside Education), has been announced. The vision for the proposed merger is to increase the impact and capability of the two charities’ work in improving education and understanding of farming, food and the environment. Read more …
LEAF (Linking Environment And Farming) has named Her Royal Highness The Countess of Wessex as its new Honorary President.
LEAF (Linking Environment And Farming) has announced its strategic direction for the next five years, revealing plans to build on its accomplishments and strengthen its core objectives.
LEAF (Linking Environment And Farming)’s Open Farm Sunday will take place on the 11th June 2017. Hundreds of farms across the UK will throw open their gates to welcome the public and showcase the fascinating world of farming.
LEAF (Linking Environment And Farming)’s fifth Global Impacts Report shows substantial progress in its mission to inspire and enable sustainable farming.
LEAF (Linking Environment And Farming) has announced substantial progress in its mission to inspire and enable sustainable farming. Launching its fifth Global Impacts Report at today’s LEAF Marque Summit, it revealed that it is continuing to consolidate its strong position in the cereals and horticulture sectors and that progress is also being seen in the livestock sector.
The total number of LEAF Marque businesses in all sectors across the globe now totals 1,013 covering 367,395 hectares. Read full press release here….
Growing Awareness for Integrated Farm Management (IFM)
EISA Annual Report 2016 gives overview of activities on the European and national levels / Raising awareness for solutions which IFM brings in relation to competitive food production and UN’s Sustainable Development Goals as a key objective / Farmers of the EISA Farm Network as ambassadors for sustainable agriculture in Europe
Brussels, November 18, 2016
EPRUMA welcomes the 9th edition of European Antibiotic Awareness Day, and takes the opportunity to reiterate its commitment to promoting the responsible use of all veterinary medicines, including antibiotics.
Cooperation between EU institutions, national authorities and key stakeholders – working in both human and animal health – is critical to ensure the responsible use of all antibiotics … Read more
Brussels, 13 October 2016 – EPRUMA and the Slovak Presidency of the EU held a workshop today to create a common understanding on the responsible use of veterinary medicines in the EU. The event highlighted the need to increase the exchange of information and dialogue on best practices between public authorities and the private sector across the EU. Read more:
LEAF has announced its strategic direction for the next five years with plans to build on its achievements and strengthen its core objectives to position itself as the go-to organisation for the delivery of more sustainable food and farming.
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