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Royal Agricultural Society of England (RASE) Annual General Meeting and Members’ Lunch at The Allerton Project

Date Published: 05/06/2024

Royal Agricultural Society of England  Annual General Meeting and Members’ Lunch at The Allerton Project

Leicestershire, 4th June 2024 – The Royal Agricultural Society of England (RASE) held the Annual General Meeting (AGM) alongside a Members’ Lunch at The Allerton Project in Leicestershire this year. The event was marked by a guided tour of the farm, led by Dr. Alastair Leake FRASE, the recipient of the 2023 RASE National Agricultural Award.

Members and attendees gathered to participate in the AGM, where the Society reviewed its achievements over the past year and outlined strategic plans for the future. The AGM was followed by a Members’ Lunch, providing an excellent opportunity for networking and discussion among the agricultural community.

Dr. Alastair Leake, recognised for his outstanding contributions to agriculture, led the tour of The Allerton Project, offering an in-depth look into the farm’s operations and research initiatives. The tour commenced with an overview of the farm's history, illustrating its evolution and significance within the agricultural sector.

Participants were then introduced to the current research and projects underway at The Allerton Project. Highlights included innovative farming techniques, sustainable practices, and cutting-edge research aimed at improving agricultural productivity and environmental stewardship. Dr. Leake’s expertise and passion for sustainable farming practices provided valuable insights, inspiring many of the attendees.

The Allerton Project, renowned for its focus on conservation and sustainable farming, served as an ideal venue for this year's event, showcasing practical examples of balancing agricultural productivity with environmental care.

The RASE AGM and Members’ Lunch at The Allerton Project underscored the Society’s commitment to advancing agricultural knowledge and fostering a community dedicated to sustainable and innovative farming practices. The event was asuccess, leaving members motivated and looking forward to the continued progress and contributions of the Royal Agricultural Society of England.

For more information about RASE and upcoming events, please visit RASE website.