Even though agricultural policy in the UK is devolved, each country in the union can benefit by working together. The UK Agriculture Partnership is a forum which meets to share technical information on common challenges. The subject of our first meeting was water quality. Our aim was to understand the nature and scale of the challenges, and how we could address them together. In this post, we share some insights from our first meeting and a link to a video of the event.
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The Devolution and International Team are part of the Future Farming and Countryside Programme. The team brings together policy-makers, stakeholders and experts across the UK to share best practice and find solutions to common problems.
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