Monthly Archives: March 2014

What is world’s oldest agricultural research institute doing? Visiting Rothamsted Research

Last week I spent a day visiting the world’s oldest agricultural research institute – Rothamsted Research. It is in Harpenden, Hertfordshire, about a half hour train journey north of London. I spent about six weeks there between the third and … Continue reading

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New #TrackATree project to help understand impact of climate change on woodlands in the UK

I’m delighted to say my elder daughter’s PhD project, Track a Tree, has just launched. She is asking for volunteers to become citizen ecologists who will record the progress of spring in woodlands across the UK. She’s looking for people … Continue reading

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