The Virtual Spring Seminars, which ran fortnightly from March to May, proved very popular, with 265 individuals registering for one or more of the six seminars. The average number of registrations for each seminar was 88, and people from Europe and other continents, as well as all parts of Britain and Ireland, attended.
If you missed any of the seminars, you can still watch the presentations on our YouTube channel.
If participating in the seminars made you want to join the BAHS, it's very easy to join, by filling in a short online form and paying by PayPal or by Bank Transfer and a Standing Order. The standard UK membership fee is £30 a year. If you are eligible please tick the Gift Aid box: it costs you nothing but is very beneficial for the Society.
New on the BAHS Web Site
Agricultural History Review, Volume 69 Part 1 is in production and will be distributed soon. Meanwhile, John Morgan, Reviews Editor, has put together a complete list of all the reviews ever published in the Review, which we have now linked to the PDF review sections themselves.
New on LIBRAL
The Online LIBrary of Rural and Agricultural Literature now comprises nearly 900 digitized items, classified into over 200 categories. The LIBRAL Gateway enables you to exploit this classification to find literature you didn’t know existed. And once you have entered the library itself, you can use its magnificent full-text search capability.