Free Soil Management Events
LOOK AFTER YOUR SOILS, YOUR WILDLIFE AND YOUR POCKET!
Farmers interested in remediating soils after a difficult year, saving money and enhancing the wildlife on their farms are being offered a series of free events across the region this summer.
The Campaign for the Farmed Environment (delivered in East Anglia by FWAG East) is holding the events on farms in June and July, in conjunction with the Farming Advice Service and Catchment Sensitive Farming.
The events take the form of a farm walk and lunch, with the opportunity to hear from – and put questions to – experts in agri-environment, cross compliance, soil management and field drainage.
Topics covered include:
- Managing soils to improve yield, reduce compaction, promote soil nutrient uptake and improve field drainage.
- Cross compliance and new NVZ regulations.
- Incorporating agri-environment options into soil management and resource protection.
- Good practice with pesticides.
Events will run from 10am to 1pm on the following dates:
24th June – Bishop’s Stortford, Herts
27th June – Black Notley, Essex
28th June – Nacton, Suffolk
1st July – Barton, Cambridgeshire
9th July – Sharnbrook, Bedfordshire
11th July – Arminghall, Norfolk
Places are limited, so please contact the organisers on: 0845 345 1302 or at: firstname.lastname@example.org to avoid disappointment.