Published on 22nd January 2020
The British Guild of Agricultural Journalists has published its 2020 Yearbook.
The Yearbook is a major benefit of membership, offering contact details for all members, including staff journalists, freelancers, content agencies and agricultural PR and marketing companies.
Those trying to contact a specific rural or agricultural publication can easily look up the details of the person they need to speak to, and the publication also provides first-hand accounts of the experiences of members who have earned travel bursaries through the Guild or won one of the many written and photographic awards on offer.
The wider work of the Guild’s council is documented, providing insight into how the organisation plans to grow and evolve in the future.
As chairman Catherine Linch explains in the Yearbook’s foreword: “Forging closer links to the national media has been a long-held aspiration. With valued counsel from our new president Baroness Rosie Boycott, we’ve put the wheels in motion for three new Guild national outreach projects.
“All the while we continue to promote the Guild’s exceptional programme of national and international events and awards, as well as training and communication of member news and activities.”
All members should receive a copy of the Yearbook in the post. If you would like a copy, visit the joining pages of this website to sign up.