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Awards

The Royal Agricultural Society of England’s awards recognise excellence in science and technology, the environment and land and business management.

Do you know an individual or a business that is a leader in one of these areas? If so, why not enter them for one of the Society’s prestigious awards.

All RASE awards are open to members and non-members, except the Long Service Award where the nominator must be a member of the Society. To enter for an award, or to nominate someone else, contact Emily Stillwell via emilys@rase.org.uk.

Bledisloe Gold Medal for Landowners

Smith & Williamson, the accountancy, investment management and tax group, is delighted to sponsor the Royal Agricultural Society of England’s Bledisloe award, which demonstrates outstanding achievement in the successful land management and development of an agricultural estate in England.

Excellence in Practical Farming and Business Award

The award will recognise an individual setting a lead for other farmers on either a regional or national basis. Open to farmers and farm managers.

Long Service Award

RASE Long Service Awards are presented to employees (male or female) of members of the Royal Agricultural Society of England for approved service of not less than 40 years with (a) one employer on the same or different holdings, or (b) on the same holding with different employers.

National Agricultural Award

The award will be made to an individual to recognise an outstanding contribution to the advancement of agriculture in the UK. The award may be made for a particular achievement or the culmination of work over a number of years.

Research Award

The Research Medal is presented for research work of outstanding merit carried out in the UK, which is proven or likely to be of benefit to agriculture.

Technology Medal

The Technology Award recognises those who, working in a commercial environment, have applied scientific advance into technology through the development of a product or process. These are likely to lead to cost effective improvements for farmers in any aspect of practical agriculture.