Tesco teams up with Harper Adams University to offer sustainable farming skills training

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It follows recent surveys suggesting younger farmers have identified skills gaps in areas including sustainability and the environment

Tesco and Harper Adams University's School of Sustainable Food and Farming (SSFF) have announced the launch of a major new multi-year programme which will help up-and-coming British farmers "develop their...

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