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Better pollination and pest control across smallholding farms in India: Developing farmer extension materials

Supervisor: Michael Garratt

School: School of Agriculture Policy & Development
Department: Sustainable Land Management

This project will utilise previously collected data to produce informative and visually appealing guides giving an overview on biodiversity and beneficial insects across economically important crops in India to support sustainable crop production. Guides will be distributed across smallholder farmer networks in both Northern and Southern regions of India.

What do hedgerows mean to people?

Supervisor: Alice Mauchline

School: School of Agriculture Policy & Development
Department: Sustainable Land Management

There are more than 500 thousand kms of hedgerows in the UK. They provide a range of benefits including providing a critical habitat for wildlife and capturing carbon to fight climate change. This project will analyse existing data to help us understand how different people view and value hedgerows.

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