This event will celebrate the place of young people in Scotland’s land based industries, focussing on the skills and expertise needed in the modern world – and how SEFARI, and the Scottish Government’s funding of research helps make a more resilient sector for the long-term.
Farming is full of challenges and opportunities, now more than ever. As the Soil Association's three-year, award-winning Future Farming Scotland programme draws to a close, join them for a practical day hearing and discussing how farmers are making changes to meet these challenges, and be part of the design of their
Potatoes in Practice is the largest field-based potato event in the UK. The event brings together a variety of demonstrations, research and trade exhibits in one place making it an essential date in the potato industry calendar.
The Scottish Government intends to introduce a Good Food Nation Bill in this session of the Scottish Parliament and will bring Scotland’s relationship with food and drink into focus.
SEFARI is delighted to fund this cross-cutting event bringing together those from the food industry, academics, and policymakers to discuss and raise awareness of ongoing research on antimicrobial resistance (AMR) in livestock production.
The IUCN UK Peatland Programme Conference combines visits to some of Scotland’s peatland restoration sites with a programme of insightful sessions around the rural economy, public engagement, and conservation and land management.
We are delighted to be one of the supporters of this timely conference aimed at exploring the new challenges facing biodiversity conservation and identifying new and innovative solutions.
We are delighted to be attending and exhibiting at the 18th annual Science and the Parliament event. This year we will be showcasing a new app called Cowtastrophy, which demonstrates how mathmatical modelling can help in the respnse to an animal disease outbreak.