Wednesday 28 November 2018
Arthur Rank Centre, Stoneleigh Park, CV8 2LG
7.30pm – 10.00pm
Kenilworth and District Agricultural Society Annual Lecture
Former Chief Executive of the Royal Agricultural Society of England, David Gardner, will be speaking about the challenges of meeting our demands for food and energy, their impacts on the environment and the difficult decisions that will have to be made if we are to successfully meet those challenges.
David is an agricultural economist and technologist with life long experience of large scale commercial farming businesses and food supply chains. Whilst Chief Executive of the Royal Agricultural Society of England David set up the charity Innovation for Agriculture, to bring together a group of Agricultural Societies across England to deliver new science and technologies to the farming community. He is currently a non executive Director at Walderesy Farms in East Anglia and the RPA. David’s voluntary roles include Trustee of the Frank Parkinson Agricultural Trust, Director of the Farm Carbon Cutting Toolkit, Ambassador for Social Farms and Gardens and Member of the Organising Group of Agricultural Debates at St George’s House in Windsor.
The talk is organised in association with Kenilworth and District Agricultural Society.
Refreshments and cakes will be served.
To book your free place please contact Jane Hampson.