Allerton Project Partners – Staying Ahead
Become a partner at
The Allerton Project
A unique opportunity to develop an active working relationship with The Allerton Project.
Applications now open for 20/21 Strictly by appointment only.
The biggest transformation of British farming in 40 years is underway. The government is putting forward a new system to both enhance the environment and support farming businesses to become more resilient and productive. Can the industry own ‘Public Money for Public Goods’….
Here at the Allerton Project we remain ahead of the curve. Actively working with businesses, policy makers, non-government organisations, regulators, farmers, advisors, students and schools. The principal aim of this unique ‘Partnerships’ offering is to develop an active working relationship giving businesses a commercial edge; feed ideas to shape policy particularly in the crop nutrition and environment areas and provide opportunities to develop research projects.
We have some standard packages that are available – but in general all of our Partnerships are bespoke and limited. To view our most common commercial package you can complete the form below and download the brochure. An application process will then follow as we limit our Partnerships each year.
A Guide to Partnership Benefits
The principal of this unique Partnership package is to develop an active working relationship to give businesses a commercial edge; feed ideas to shape policy particularly in the crop nutrition and environment areas and provide opportunities to develop research projects. Partnerships will be strictly limited and by invitation only.
An invitation to each All-Party Parliamentary Group meeting organised by GWCT, usually four events each year.
The opportunity to host an annual team meeting / client meeting at The Allerton Project. Upon request we would provide a spokesperson to summarise our current work and if appropriate a short tour. (Catering not included)
An Invitation to The Allerton Project Annual Conference. The format to include as a guide:
- A summary of the broad developments in agriculture and environmental policy. Regular technical updates on agri-environment scheme development and the opportunity to feed in views and questions through the Agri-environment Stakeholder Group.
- An update on sustainable farming approaches – with a growing interest in integrated pest management and agro-ecological approaches. Growers moving from conservation agriculture (rotation, reduced cultivations & soil cover) towards more regenerative agriculture with leys and herbs, could give rise to a changing demand from agricultural inputs, services and advice.
- A discussion based review of our research work and the opportunity to discuss potential future collaborative research projects.
In addition all partners will:
- A speaking slot (by arrangement) by project staff at an event of your choice.
- The opportunity to sponsor future conferences, training initiatives and workshops.
- Website branding on the ‘Partnerships’ area of the GWCT Allerton Project website, with blogging opportunities.
- Inclusion in social media updates, PR opportunities and future social campaigns where appropriate.
To download our Partnership information and find out about costs, complete and submit the form.