AgriLand publisher celebrated in general awards

AgriLand publisher celebrated in general awardsAgriLand publisher celebrated in general awards

AgriLand publisher Rachel Martin graphic with guest speakers Jonathan Bell and Steve Werblow during a Guild of Agricultural Journalists of Ireland veteran growth day in Feb

AgriLand publisher Rachel Martin has been celebrated during an general endowment rite that recognises world-class rural reporting.

Rachel was named a runner-up of a 2020 IFAJ AgTech Reporting Award during a universe association of a International Federation of Agricultural Journalists (IFAJ) on Friday (June 26).

Rachel’s story ‘Dutch organisation to exam ‘cow toilets’ to cut plantation ammonia emissions’ examined how a clearly crazy invention could have genuine applications in shortening ammonia locally.

One decider commented on Rachel’s “great puns and a fun she injected into a writing”, and was also certain to praise “a issuing character that done me wish to continue to read”.

Judges for a competition enclosed Dr. Belinda Clarke, executive of Agri-Tech East in a UK; Luke Halsey, conduct and programme manager during Farm491 during Britain’s Royal Agricultural University; and Adrian Krebs, editor-in-chief of Swiss plantation magazine BauernZeitung.

US publisher Gil Gullickson was named a difficulty leader for his square ‘Yours, Mine and Ours’, a underline essay on outcome-based pricing for line that he wrote for Successful Farming, a heading US plantation magazine.

There was other success for a ‘Emerald Isle’, as Dublin-based radio presenter Damien O’Reilly was awarded a 2020 IFAJ Star Prize for Broadcast: Audio for his ‘Climate Change and Irish Farming’ promote on RTÉ Radio 1.

O’Reilly’s entrance also recognized writer Eileen Heron for her work on a winning broadcast.

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