Brexit: How might UK agriculture survive or thrive?

At this event hosted by the Agriculture & Horticulture Development Board and Newcastle University, researchers from The UK in a Changing Europe’s ESRC-funded research project ‘Brexit: How might UK Agriculture survive or thrive?‘ unveil their findings based on possible Brexit scenarios and explore on-farm impact in a post-Brexit environment.

The workshop will bring together academics, AHDB, policy-makers from Defra and the devolved administrations, farmers and representatives of farming organisations to share and discuss the project’s findings.

Morning presentations will focus on the economic implications for the UK agriculture sector following Brexit. They will be followed by a networking lunch and an afternoon of small-group discussions to maximise opportunities for exchanging views and ideas.

Time and date: 10am – 3pm, Tuesday 18 September

Venue: Crowne Plaza Solihull, 61 Homer Road, Solihull, B91 3QD

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