Find updates on the work of CFE below, or visit our Soils, Water, Air, Wildlife and Climate Change Mitigation pages for guidance on environmental measures you can implement on farm.
View the October edition of the CFE Newsletter, including:
- ELMs proposals from CFE partners
- New NFFN report and podcast
- Regional Future Farming Resilience events
- New BGS website launched
- NFU Landscape and Access report
...and much more
Two young farmers have been announced as winners of the first round of the NFYFC Climate Challenge. Hear more from the winners about their ideas on how British agriculture can reach net zero by 2040.
View the September edition of the CFE Newsletter, including:
- How to enter the Bees' Needs Awards 2020 farming category
- NFYFC Climate Change Challenge
- How can the Farming Advice Service (FAS) help you?
...and much more
Apply now for the 2020 Bees' Needs Farming Awards. Returning for the 2nd year, CFE and NFFN support Defra in celebrating the work of farmers who preserve and enhance pollinator habitat on farm.
View the August edition of the CFE Newsletter, including:
- Keep the benefits of Greening with CFE
- Bees' Needs Awards 2020
- Hedges for Pollinators and Carbon Webinar
From 2021 you will no longer have to meet the BPS greening requirements, but by retaining and enhancing EFAs with CFE both the environment and your farm business can see the benefit of greater freedom in environmental management.
Bees' Needs Week is a campaign from 13-19 July to help raise awareness of bees and other pollinators. CFE are thrilled to be working with Defra to celebrate the contribution that farmers across the country are making to meet Bees' Needs.
View the first edition of the new CFE newsletter - July 2020
CFE Podcast launch competition - enter the free prize draw to win a bag of environmental seed mix or supplementary feed and Perdix feeder.
CFE releases print-at-home signage to help farmers ask walkers to avoid damaging conservation areas on farm when using footpaths.
Protect your yields, the environment and the carbon locked in soils by taking care of this vital farm resource.
Taking care of the water on your farm protects your business, the environment and other water users.
Reduce your farm emissions to avoid air pollution, whilst saving yourself money.
Manage areas of your farm to support beneficial insects such as pollinators and other farmland wildlife.
Cut your carbon footprint through improved efficiency, carbon capture and renewable energy.
Find out more about how to choose the right environmental measures, put them in the right place and manage them in the right way.
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