The Trehane Trust
The Trehane Trust’s main aim is to encourage research and education into dairying. It achieves this through making awards to individuals who want to travel, study and research a particular aspect of the dairy industry.
The remit is very broad and covers all aspects of the dairy chain, from production to new product development and consumer trends in the dairy sector. Subjects might focus on an aspect of dairy cow breeding and management. Or the processing of milk into dairy products, or consumer education relating to the benefits of dairy. Environmental and health issues are also topical throughout the production chain.
The Trehane Trust offers awards each year, through participation in the Nuffield Farming Scholarship programme. Therefore Trehane scholars benefit from the Trehane Trust as well as the Nuffield Scholar programme. (www.nuffieldscholar.org)
Each scholar is provided with travel and subsistence costs for eight weeks of travel – that can be taken in one block or smaller blocks and, in travel terms, the study can include visits as near or far from home as required to fulfill the objective of the study.
Trehane scholars are expected to present the findings of their study and produce a written report.
More information on the Trust and applying for an award are available from the trust's secretary: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Annual Trehane Dinner will take place on 13th November at The Farmers Club, 3 Whitehall Court, London, SW1A 2EL. Details of the speaker will confirmed shortly. Tickets are now available.