The Morley Agricultural Foundation (TMAF) is a registered charity which supports farming in the east of England. It was formed in 2003 and inherited its assets from the Morley Research Centre (formerly known as The Norfolk Agricultural Station).
The need for independent unbiased research does not diminish even with the prospect of fewer acres being farmed and with fewer people employed. New, well proven techniques are needed to enable farmers to cope with new crops, new economic conditions and the implications of new environmental legislation.
In particular, TMAF funds research into arable crops and related education projects in East Anglia.
Any special conditions?
Individuals and organisations are invited to apply for consideration for funding to undertake studies or training in a wide range of arable crop projects relevant to the needs of farming in the east of England.
Currently The Morley Agricultural Foundation provides funding in two main areas: direct grants towards projects in agreed areas of arable farming research; educational grants in support of further education studies in approved areas of arable crop production.
Organisations and individuals who think they may be eligible for support are invited to submit brief details of themselves and their proposed project to the Foundation.
How to find out more
For comprehensive information on the Foundation, its activities and how you can apply for grants, click on the website link on the left. To contact the Foundation, click on the email link.
The Morley Agricultural Foundation
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