A look at farming, the environment and our work on behalf of our members.

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An update on the work of the Campaign for the Farmed Environment.

The industry-led partnership encouraging farmers and land managers to adopt environmental ‘best practice’.

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A Countryside COP will be held in October to allow the rural community to come together and showcase the opportunities that are available and the contribution already being made to reach Net Zero. There will be a variety of in person and online events 

Follow here for more information

Follow here for the programme 

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From early October through to Christmas the Woodland Trust are running six workshops to gauge farmer opinions in England on the design of ELM policy for agroforestry.  Each workshop will be held on a farm with a specific focus on one type of agroforestry but all 6 will explore the core themes of payment and advice and guidance options within ELM. 

For more information follow here



The CFE has a new podcast looking at Nutrient Management Plans and how they can be best used on your farm. We speak to Annabel James from Tried & Tested and Will Oliver, who farms arable and poultry.

Click here to listen

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Tried & Tested is an industry initiative which aims to help farmers improve nutrient management planning through a toolkit of free resources and guidance. 

Nutrient management aims to match nutrient inputs to crop need. Not only does this mean crop yield and nutrient application are optimised but this targeted approach means losses of nutrients to the environment are significantly reduced. 

Visit the Tried and Tested website for information or to download or order you free resources. 

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