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The RSA Food, Farming & Countryside Commission
Independent inquiry for safe, secure & inclusive food system, flourishing rural economy & sustainable countryside for all | Get in touch: FFCC@rsa.org.uk
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Sue Pritchard 17h
Excellent piece here from chiming with research on the work we need for a restoration economy > What the UK can learn from global innovation in skills - RSA
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Sue Pritchard May 15
Indeed - an excellent and inspiring day! Some truly game changing ideas.
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Sue Pritchard May 14
Very pleased to welcome ⁦⁩ SoS ⁩ to ⁦⁩ meeting ⁦⁩ today. Productive and helpful.
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The RSA Food, Farming & Countryside Commission May 12
Is it time for a more strategic, integrated approach to managing land?
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The RSA Food, Farming & Countryside Commission May 11
📖 Long read: a public value framework offers the practical mechanism for public policy delivery. It allows us to systematically rethink how best to deliver a sustainable and resilient future for our food and farming systems and the wider countryside.
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The RSA Food, Farming & Countryside Commission May 10
Defra's public money for public goods to support farming & the environment is promising, but a public value framework would enhance those initiatives while resolving points of contention. Read full review paper here:
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Food Cities May 10
"I'm a farmer that's considered using a food bank. How ridiculous is that." 📺 This powerful film from highlights many challenges in rural communities.
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Sue Pritchard May 7
“...Succinct and worthwhile...” Thank you for reviewing - and for winning me the most unexpected juxtaposition of the day award in the office...
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The RSA Food, Farming & Countryside Commission May 3
Decisions about land are made in silos; there is no long-term vision in England. The devolved nations are leading the way. We commissioned to set the context within which a land use framework might operate. Read it here:
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The RSA Food, Farming & Countryside Commission May 3
Decisions about land are made in silos; there is no long-term vision in England. The devolved nations are leading the way. We commissioned to set the context within which a land use framework might operate. Read it here:
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The RSA May 1
"There is a view that people in the countryside are living in idyllic villages, that all farmers are driving Range Rovers & frankly, if you live there you are making a bit of a lifestyle choice so it is down to you. That is so clearly not helpful." -
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The RSA Food, Farming & Countryside Commission May 1
"We are paying for cheap food elsewhere in the system, from health services to the environment...cheap food isn't cheap at all." Listen to talk about the work of the Commission on You & Yours (from 32:25)
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Lorna Dawson, CBE, FRSE, FRSA Apr 29
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The RSA Apr 29
"We are paying for cheap food elsewhere in the system, from health services to the environment...cheap food isn't cheap at all." Listen to talk about the work of on You & Yours (from 32:25)
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RSA Central England Apr 29
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Lorna Dawson, CBE, FRSE, FRSA Apr 29
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Sue Pritchard Apr 28
It’s a busy day for . In Scotland we’re hosting a roundtable, the NI Inquiry meet to finalize their report, the Devon Inquiry are discussing next steps, we’re talking poverty on and on the demise of in Parliament.
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Just Farmers Apr 26
What we can achieve when farmers talk to the media. It's hard work getting farmers to open up about their problems but James Metcalfe was brave enough to do it & there's been an incredible response.
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RuralActionDerbys Apr 26
Nearly a year ago when you came to visit us on your bike. Let's hope this excellent video from will raise awareness of the everyday difficulties rural people face.
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The RSA Food, Farming & Countryside Commission Apr 25
2 days until report, which our director gave evidence to. Affordable housing and public services a key focus - both issues touched upon in our new film that reveals the tougher realities of life in rural Britain. Watch here:
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