1 July 2022

 

Farming in Wales is Changing. Shifts in government policies, the impacts of COVID-19 and a changing climate mean many farms will have to adapt their farming systems. Health can have a big impact on the capacity to plan and make the effective changes. Researchers at Bangor University are undertaking research to understand how physical and mental health concerns of farmers in Wales might impact on how farmers plan to respond to changing policy. They are looking for farming participants (with farms in Wales) to take part in an online survey exploring these issues. 
 
As a thank you, participants can enter a prize draw for vouchers from Wynnstay (worth £750, £500 and £250).

https://bangorhumanscience.fra1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_aWegXKqqHmkbzjo


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