Shoot us a 15-second video on your farm and you could win £100, plus your clip will be played on the Farmers Weekly stand at New Scientist Live later this year.
Your video will help bring the voices and faces of farmers and others who work in the agricultural supply chain into the centre of London to tell their stories as part of our Future of Agriculture feature at the event.
To give you an idea of what we’re after, our Farmer Focus writer Henry Wilson shot this video explaining how heat collars are helping improve the health and welfare of his dairy herd on his in Shropshire:
What is New Scientist Live?
The world’s biggest science and technology fair runs from 15-18 October at London’s ExCel exhibition centre.
It is the world’s biggest science and technology fair, featuring six stages hosting more than 150 talks on the latest science and technology developments, with more than 130 exhibitors and over 150 interactive activities.
Your mission: to record a short video clip that shows the positive, environmentally friendly and highly skilled reality of British agriculture today.
The video could show how you are using the latest tools and techniques to improve the way you farm.
Or highlight some of the many things farmers do to make sure that they leave their land – and the planet – in a better state than they found it.
We’ll pull together the clips into a longer video that we will show to visitors at New Scientist Live.
And we’ll also promote it on social media, to reach an even wider audience.
The future of agriculture team
These organisations are already helping Farmers Weekly to put together a set of mind-changing experiences at New Scientist Live.