Stories from the first week on the road for the Food, Farming and Countryside Commission.
Blogs & Media
The chair of the RSA's Food, Farming and Countryside Commission Sir Ian Cheshire on the importance of public engagement and joined up government
The RSA's Historian in Residence Anton Howes explains how an RSA competition got the landed aristocracy to plant 60 million trees
The Women's Institute (WI) food poverty campaign
The first in a series of themed debates prompted by the RSA’s new Food, Farming and Countryside Commission grappled with three questions.
Rural areas may often appear idyllic, but they also face a range of complex social and economic challenges of their own.
The commitment of the Food, Farming and Countryside Commission to organise and deliver work within the devolved nations is a very welcome one, says Head of RSA Scotland Jamie Cooke.
Tom Macmillan, RSA Associate, examines a new report that seems to have the answer to the issues facing the agricultural sector post-Brexit.
The work of the RSA Food, Farming and Countryside Commission will go to the heart of who we are and who we want to be: as individuals, households, and communities.
We all have a stake in the big questions concerning the UK's food, farming and countryside.