The Royal Agricultural Society of England’s awards recognise individuals and organisations leading the way in agriculture. The awards also showcase examples of which others can learn from and be inspired by.
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 at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bledisloe Gold Medal for Landowners The RASE Bledisloe gold medal is awarded to a landowner who demonstrates outstanding achievement in the successful land management and development of an agricultural estate in England.
RASE Excellence in Practical Farming Award This award was created in 1999, specifically for farmers and farm managers who are setting a lead for others, as practical farmers, and who are willing to impart their know-how and encourage others to follow suit.
RASE Farm of the Future Award New in 2023, the RASE Farm of the Future Award has been established to promote and celebrate the trailblazers of agriculture in England, whose efforts are leading the way to establish agricultural systems which are producing nutritious food, benefiting the environment and are economically sustainable.
RASE National Agricultural Award Originally established in 1964, the National Agricultural Award is presented to an individual to recognise an outstanding contribution to the advancement of agriculture in the UK.
RASE Science and Technology Award The society launched the RASE Science and Technology Award in 2022, to further promote the outstanding research and innovation that is enabling transformative change with the agri-food sector.
RASE Student Awards The RASE Student Award celebrates excellence in the agricultural student community. It is awarded to the student who the college / university believes has demonstrated the highest level of improvement / advocacy for the industry / academic or practical achievement in agriculture or a related subject.