Feasibility Study Round 3 - Farming Innovation Programme Webinar
Watch to find out more about the Feasibility Study funding competition, get answers to your questions and find potential partners to apply with.
Recording and slides now available
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Welcome, Farming Innovation Programme Overview
Farming Innovation Programme Overview – Alex Howell, Defra
Feasibility Round 3 Overview – Chris Lyons, Innovate UK
Thinking outside of AgriTech – Amy Romaniuk, Innovate UK KTN
Who is this recording for?
If you have a new farming product or service that could improve farming methods and help the environment and you want to find out about funding to explore its potential, this is for you.
Join us to find out more about the Feasibility Study funding competition, part of the Farming Innovation Programme.
What is the funding for?
The funding is for collaborative feasibility studies investigating new farming solutions.
Your total project costs should be between £200k-£500k
Where does the funding come from?
This funding is from Defra’s Farming Innovation Programme and is being delivered in partnership with UKRI.
The programme is all about supporting farmers, growers, businesses and researchers to get involved in collaborative research and development. Projects should help solve challenges and exploit opportunities to increase productivity and environmental sustainability in the agricultural and horticultural sectors in England.
- Find out more and ask questions about the scope and eligibility criteria directly from the funders
- Learn about the application process
- Meet potential partners to work on a collaborative project and apply for funding together
- Hear about emerging technologies that could be applied to AgriTech
Join our Farming Innovation Programme: Finding Information and Partners Group on LinkedIn here.
Farming Innovation Programme - feasibility round 3
Opens: 18/09/2023 Closes: 15/11/2023
UK businesses can apply for a share of up to £4.5m for feasibility projects to benefit farmers, growers or foresters in England.