David Arnott: help wanted with PhD research project

22 February 2018

We told you last month about David Arnott, a 2nd year PhD student at Bangor University, who is conducting research on the impact of post-Brexit policy change on farming practices.

The aim of David's 3 year research project is to help inform policy-makers on the impact that agricultural policy change will have on farmer decision making and farm management.

Farmers are key to the success of this project and in this stage of the project help is needed to identify farmer opinions and attitudes towards Brexit, agri-environment schemes and the delivery of ‘public goods’ through:

• The completion of a 20-30 min survey found at the attached link. 
• Participation in ‘face to face’ or phone interviews to be conducted during 2018. Volunteers can register their interest at the end of the survey.

If you are a farmer and feel like you might be able to help David by competing the online survey accessed via the below link, please do so. Many thanks!