The Rawcliffe Bridge Award for Sustainability is back for 2023 celebrating the essential role farming plays in food production and stewardship of the environment.
The competition aims to recognise how farmers are tackling sustainability from all perspectives considering the environment alongside societal and economic sustainability.
How to enter?
BASF welcomes entries from all types of farmers, big or small, mixed, or arable. Please complete the application form below and tell us what sustainability means on your farm and what changes you’ve made to date to reach your goals. It will also ask about the future, what challenges you foresee, and how you are making plans now to adapt.
Applications close on 26th May 2023.
The Rawcliffe Bridge Award for Sustainability 2023 (basf.co.uk)
The Rawcliffe Bridge Award for Sustainability is sponsored by the Institute of Agricultural Management & Farm491.
- A year’s membership to the Institute of Agricultural Management (funded and provided by the Institute of Agricultural Management)
- A year’s membership to Farm491
- A ticket to the Oxford Farming Conference 2024
- A commemorative award plate
- Access to BASF Sustainability experts to evaluate and improve farming practices
The Rawcliffe Bridge Award for Sustainability is subject to Terms & Conditions.
Rawcliffe Bridge Award for Sustainability 2022
In July 2022, Colin Chappell, arable farmer from North Lincolnshire and Guy Prudom, mixed farmer from North Yorkshire, were announced as the inaugural winner and runner-up of BASF’s Rawcliffe Bridge Award for Sustainability. We caught up with them in June 2022 to find out what impact sustainability has on their farms.