Richard Bramley is an arable farmer from near York, farming 550 acres of combinable and root crops. In 2013, he was the winner of the RSPB Nature of Farming Award (Northern) and in 2014 won the ‘Tye Trophy’ for excellence in farming and conservation.
He invests in his own professional development and is a Fellow of Institute of Agricultural Management, a qualified agronomist and a CEnv (Chartered Environmentalist).
Richard is also actively involved with university research and education.
Alongside his arable operations, Richard is involved in a diverse range of environmental work on his farm.
Public engagement is important to Richard and he hosts visits for fellow farmers and other organisations with an interest in the countryside, as well as public speaking on farming and the environment.
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