Welcome to the Rural Geographers Research Group of the Royal Geographical Society (with the Institute of British Geographers). You can find information about the committee, events, Post Graduate Researchers (PGRs) and research and teaching resources as well as details of how to join the research group.
COVID-19 Postponement: The 2020 RGS-IBG Annual International Conference planned for 1-4 September at the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) in London. The 2021 rescheduled RGS-IBG conference will meet there Tuesday 31 August to Friday 3 September 2021. Professor Uma Kothari (University of Manchester) will chair the meeting with its carried-over theme ‘Borders, borderlands and bordering’. More information: conference website.
For PGR/ECR presentations from our virtual AGM and additional event held in September please see here and for the RGRG committee for 2020-21see here
Call for Under Graduate Dissertation prize submissions by the end of July 2020 details of entry
Covid 19 and implications for rural communities: links via
Scottish Universities, CCRI on News pages here & A Centre for Rural Economy rapid assessment of the effect of Covid-19 on rural economies here
Rural Geography Research Group website is under construction. Secretary Megan Palmer-Abbs, RGRG Newsletter Editor Bruce Scholten, and PGR representative Aimee Morse welcome your new & archival content.
RGRG webpages: https://rgrg.co.uk/
RGS-IBG webpages: https://www.rgs.org/
RGS-IBG 2021 conference: https://rgspostgradforum.org/rgs-ibg-annual-international-conference-2020-2
We will be running a design competition for a new RGRG Logo to celebrate our pending 50th anniversary and hope to see lots of insightful and creative entries. We will put details on the RGRG website in due course but please see Bruce Scholten’s (Newsletter Editor) designs to get the ball rolling.