Sustainability recognition


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17 August 2021
Sustainability recognition

TRINITY AgTech and Harper Adams University’s School of Sustainable Food and Farming are introducing two new £5,000 innovation prizes for collaborative ventures by growers.

The Farming Innovation Pioneers Awards are delivered through Harper Adams’ School of Sustainable Food and Farming (SSFF) and sponsored by Trinity AgTech’s Pioneers program. They will be made to farmers who work with cross-industry stakeholders to spearhead transformational sustainability projects.

Dr Hosein Khajeh-Hosseiny, Executive Chairman of Trinity AgTech, says the aim is to identify, support and elevate innovators and entrepreneurial thinkers who can drive change.

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Judges will look for collaborative projects that are in the early stages of development or are at the conceptual ideas stage with a clear plan.

The awards are open for written applications until May 1st, 2022 and a panel of expert judges will review and select winners by June 1st, 2022.

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