Session 1 Climate Change and Agriculture
Welcome from the Chair – Introduction and Farming in the Dry
Climate Change how do we define it and what does it mean for UK Agriculture
Climate change and extreme weather – perceptions and adaptive responses among farmers and land managers
Session 2 Climate Change Mitigation at Farm Level
Low carbon farming – the possibilities and practicalities
Reducing the farm carbon footprint with carbon auditing
Using soil data to plan environmental management on farms: the ASSIST E-Planner tool.
Session 3 Farming in Extreme Weather
Farming with extreme rain – Flood mitigation work
Farming with Natural Flood Management
Building soil resilience to mitigate extreme weather with regenerative farming
Session 4 Systems for Climate Resilience (proudly sponsored by Fendt)
Using steel – where it still has an important role in raising soil resilience
Why maintaining a flexible approach to crop establishment is critical for my business
Robin Gaymer Mentmore
Panel discussion and concluding remarks - Chair
Kindly supported by: Agrii, Harper Adams University, Catchment Sensitive Farming, Vädarstad, Tillage and Soils and BASF
CFE South East and PROWATER invite you to a free workshop on 'Water Resources on Your Farm', including the latest initiatives and support for water provision and protection.Thursday 28th November 2019, 10am-3pm at Hugh Lowe Farms, Mereworth ME18 5NE.
Join CFE and partners for an introduction to measuring natural capital, an update on Cross Compliance and a refresher of responsible and efficient pesticide use. Bothamsall, Notts - Tues 26th Nov 2019. Free event with lunch, farm walk and CPD points.
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