Driving sustainability and efficiency in Pasture-Based Agriculture
About the Advanced Training Partnerships:
The aim of the BBSRC Advanced Training Partnerships is to strengthen specialist scientific skills in strategically important areas for the agri-food industry in the UK, through flexible, postgraduate training.
Four partnerships have been funded, with a total investment of £12M. The partnerships are complementary and cover the full range of food production from farm to fork. For more information on the full range of ATP’s visit BBSRC’s website: http://www.bbsrc.ac.uk/atp/
About our ATP in Sustainable and Efficient Food Production
Industry Led Focus: This innovative Advanced Training Partnership (ATP) is a vehicle for research-led training, focused on responding to the needs of industry. Our goal is to increase the sustainability and efficiency of Pasture-Based Agriculture in the UK, to find out more please visit: www.atp-pasture.org.uk This ATP will provide an accessible training base to allow relevant businesses to meet the very real challenges of:
- Living with the effects of climate change
- Food security and securing the supply chain
- Societal demands and meeting consumer expectations
Partnership: Our ATP comprises Delivery Partners [Institute of Biological, Environmental and Rural Sciences, Aberystwyth University (IBERS), College of Natural Sciences, Bangor University (BU) and the National Institute of Agricultural Botany (NIAB)]; and Management Partners [Lantra, Waitrose, The Bioscience Knowledge Transfer Network, Castell Howell Foods Ltd, BioTal Ltd, XL Vets and British Seed Houses].