Climate and environment
Field scoring leaves farmer ACRES payments uncertain
Noel Bardon
Farmers in certain ACRES actions may find their payments dropping if field scores deteriorate in years three and five of the scheme.
8 June 2022 Forestry
Continuous cover forestry provides permanency
Co Wicklow forest reaps the economic and ecological benefits of CCF. Donal Magner reports.
Lighthouse farms: a global classroom and laboratory
The global lighthouse farms series has shone a light on the many ways in which farmers around the world have adapted their farming systems to meet the needs of tomorrow, reports Rogier Schulte.
Aurivo Leading Ladies to highlight importance of diversity
The female-focused Aurivo leading ladies dairy discussion group has been launched.
25 May 2022 News
Organic or not organic? That’s not the question.
As the debate around the push to organic farming continues in Ireland, Rogier Schulte records the experiences of Lighthouse Farms around the world.
Students believe there will be more women farming in next five years
Only 72% of the students participating in an Agri Aware survey believed farming was a male-dominated profession and 27% perceived it as evenly represented.
9 March 2022 News
Ministers back diversity on International Women's Day
International Women's Day is taking place on Tuesday 8 March.
8 March 2022 News