Farm for the Future programme: An introduction to carbon on your farm

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Join the High Weald National Landscape team for an introduction to the ‘whats’, ‘whys’, ‘wheres’ and ‘hows’ of carbon on your farm.

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About this event

Carbon is an important topic for all farmers – but it can be difficult to pick your way through the vast amounts of information available online. This workshop offers a grounding in the basics (what and where is carbon on my farm, and why is it important?) plus advice on how you might quantify your carbon and considerations for the future.

Who is this event for?

This is event is for farmers already taking part in the Farm for the Future programme, and those interested in learning more about it and potentially joining for next year. There is no obligation to join the scheme if you attend this event – just come along and meet the team for a chat (no hard sell, we promise!)

Any owner-occupied or tenant farm currently in receipt of BPS in England can take part if you have not already received free support through the Future Farm Resilience Fund. If you are unsure whether this applies to you, please get in touch with Steph who can confirm your eligibility.

Event agenda:

  • TBC

Need to know:

  • Arrive at 3pm for a 3.30pm start – tea and coffee will be provided.
  • Ample free parking is available at the Woodland Enterprise Centre; if you’ve not visited before you can find directions on our website.

About Farm for the Future

We are proud to be working with the Royal Countryside Fund (formerly the Prince’s Countryside Fund) to deliver Farm for the Future a free series of business, environment and one-to-one support sessions for farmers in the High Weald National Landscape and adjacent areas. As part of the programme, you will:

  • Learn more about policy changes to help your business become more resilient and sustainable.
  • Receive one-to-one business support tailored to you.
  • Become a member of The Royal Countryside Fund’s Farm Resilience Network which provides a bank of resources and support.

Learn more about Farm for the Future >>

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