RuSource Briefings is a free rural information service for anyone working in the countryside or with rural people, and those supporting rural life. The briefings are produced by the editor, Alan Spedding, whose goal is to, "Cut important issues down to essentials and tell it straight", saving subscribers to the weekly e-news bulletin hours of time searching the internet for up-to-date, accurate & unbiased information. Alan also provides less frequent 'Easy Guides' to key areas of agriculture & land-based activity for the educated 'outsider'.
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RuSource is a voluntary project.
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This week's briefings (18th December 2014)
2098 Are weeds winning? (British Crop Protection Council)
2099 Farm and estate staff salary reviews (SmithsGore)
2100 We still need greater flood resilience (Daniel Johns, Committee on Climate Change)
11th December 2014
2094 Devolution: a new deal for rural England? (Jessica Sellick, Rose Regeneration)
2095 Wetlands and land wand water quality (Living With Environmental Change Project)
2097 Seeking the best for rural England (Rural Services Network)
4th December 2014
2092 Exporting hops and apples (Alison Capper, Nuffield Farming Scholarship Trust Report)
2093 Influencing agricultural policy through effective lobbying (Matt Ware, Nuffield Scholarships Trust Report)
Search a regularly updated catalogue of all past and current briefings on the OpenFields website here.