Introducing Our Land-based Courses!


Find Out More About Our Courses!

New for 2020 – we now offer Level 1 Land-based Studies, too!


Have A Go At Our Taster Activities!

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New Regenerative Agriculture Project!

This term, our Land-based Industries students have been contributing to our brand new Regenerative Agriculture Project by getting involved with some soil science fieldwork – looking at the health, characteristics and physical properties of the soil, including compaction and organic matter content.

This exciting new project aims to demonstrate, and continually innovate, good agricultural practice in a world faced by increasing challenges. In addition, the project will provide an ongoing ‘land laboratory’ for students to gain first-hand experience in trialling innovative approaches to sustainable agriculture!


Industry-expert Teaching Staff!

Geoff Guy, our Section Manager Land-based courses here at BMC, has recently been selected as a Nuffield Farming 2021 scholar!

His research will focus deer farming and landscape-scale management of wild deer, with the aim of combatting habitat degradation and producing sustainable venison in the UK. Find out more below:


What’s been spotted on the Trail Cameras?

Our students have been using trail cameras to capture footage of the wildlife at Brooksby – a common technique used by professionals. Here’s what they found!

Reeves Muntjac  |  Grey Squirrels  |  Rabbits Foxes

Fox on Night Trail Camera


Latest News from the BMC Land-based Industries Department!

Click on the links below to read about our latest news & student successes!

BMC & DMU Team Up For Molecular Verification Study!

Award Win For BMC Countryside Management Student!

Job Success for BMC Horticulture Apprentice! 

BMC Student Designs Garden For RHS Chelsea Flower Show!


Careers in Countryside & Environmental Management

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We also offer industry-relevant short courses. Click here to find out more!



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