BCBC Goes Virtual!
Jul 14th 2020

British Cattle Breeders Club Conference goes Virtual! And open for the international audience! It could be very useful for the European Green Schools to access this high quality learning resource in the next academic year! Get all the details HERE. Acknowledgements: many thanks to Charlie (UK) for sharing 🙂 Pics: Pixabay Free Images

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Flashback to…
Apr 3rd 2020

Let’s look back to the EUROPEA seminar hosted by France and UK! Here is the presentation about agriculture on Guernsey, which brings back happy memories and makes you smile. Enjoy!     Many thanks Charlie for sharing! 🙂  

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What makes teenagers decide to be pig farmers?
Feb 22nd 2020

Two teenagers two students from Easton College (UK) have achieved their ambition of becoming pig farmers. It’s hoped that this could inspire more young woman to bring their skills into the industry.   Read the article HERE.   Source: Eastern Daily Press. https://www.edp24.co.uk/business/farming/tulip-apprenticeship-levy-funds-new-recruits-at-norfolk-free-range-pig-farm-1-6510097 Featured photo: https://pixabay.com/photos/animal-farm-farm-animal-farmer-1867180/

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A Mother’s View
Jul 19th 2019

Earlier in May the opportunity arose for four students to attend the Agrolympics in Poland. The Agrolympics is a competition including the participation of 20 counties all proving their agriculture skills and going for gold. I was lucky enough to be included in one of the four to attend. Myself, Carl Tuck, Izaak Lark and […]

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Our visit to Easton Campus – Vos a SZeS Benesov Agriculture Apprentices
Jul 8th 2019

Our 14 days long visit started with being shown our accommodation and a tour of the area. In these 14 days we have learned to give cows a halter and lead them. So we also learned to sit (turnover) sheep and also lead them (for showing). Charlie took us to his family farm, were he […]

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Flashback >> AGROLYMPICS 2019!
Jul 5th 2019

May 31-June 3 2019, GOLOTCZYZNA and SIERAKOWO Open Farm Trade The following account was given by Jack, a EUROPEA student from UK, who was there at 4th AGROLYMPICS in Poland: “This was our leaving day: we all met at Carl’s house early in the morning to travel to the airport. On the way there we […]

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Sheep! Sheep!
Mar 21st 2019

There are more sheep in the UK than the rest of the Europe put together. Everyone seems to think they only live on the beautiful hills and mountains of the Lake District, Snowdonia, Yorkshire Dales and Scottish Uplands. But we have sheep to suit all environments, Suffolks, Blue-faced Leicesters, Romneys and many many more. In […]

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Paris Agricultural Show – Cattle Judging Competition
Mar 7th 2019

Easton and Otley College Paris Agricultural Show – Cattle Judging Competition 25th – 28th February 2019   At the end of February, two Level 3 Extended Diploma in Agriculture students, Emily Salisbury (1st year student) and Esme Harrison (2nd year student) travelled to the Paris Agricultural Show to compete in the European Cattle Judging Competition. […]

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Play some music!
Mar 6th 2019

All work and no play is not good for the soul…..so play some music! EUROPEA has achieved many things over the years in Green education. Hundreds of projects offering students and staff the opportunity to experience other cultures and gain qualifications through the ECVET system. For the UK, even in these uncertain times, we appreciate […]

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EUROPEA UK – Easton and Otley College
Mar 1st 2019

What we have learned from Erasmus Projects and the needs of employers Changes at Easton and Otley College farm mean students are spending more time learning practical skills. Does an agricultural college need a working farm? That was one of the first questions put to a new advisory board at Easton and Otley College. The […]

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