Coming up...

No-till farming and how it can benefit soil and water
Tuesday 22nd September 5.30pm - More info and to register
A free webinar exploring practical farmer led research into catchment sensitive farming techniques and how this is benefiting farm businesses as well as soil health and local rivers.

What are the benefits of introducing cover crops and no-till soil management techniques onto your farm? With the support of companies like Affinity Water and Thames Water, farmers and researchers across the country are working together to investigate how these practices can build soil health, reduce their inputs and improve the water quality of their local rivers. Join this virtual Groundswell discussion to hear farmers share their experience and practical knowledge of catchment sensitive farming and get the latest data on how these practices are benefiting their land and rivers.

Northern Real Farming Conference 
28th September - 10th October 2020 - Online

The Northern Real Farming Conference is a unique opportunity to meet the people putting new models of farming into practice, be inspired by those who have been farming for some time, and connect with other farmers facing their own challenges in producing good, affordable food for healthy communities. The conference will bring together farmers, fishers, land managers, the food sector, researchers and activists from the North to share practical experiences with an interest in meeting global food system challenges in innovative and environmentally regenerative ways.

Innovative Farmers is hosting two sessions on 1st October:

Read the programme and book tickets. 

Group meet-ups

Generally, field lab groups meet up a few times a year. If you'd like to go along to find out more about a specific field lab, you can contact the group co-ordinator by using the Find a Field Lab page to find contact details for the coordinator, or get in touch and we'll put you in contact.

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