Officers for Black grouse project, Penaren Forest and Ruabon Moor

Campaign for the Farmed Environment events

The Campaign for the Farmed Environment is the industry-led voluntary approach to replace the environmental benefits of set-aside.

Campaign for the Farmed Environment events

We can host events for agronomists and land agents to explain the Campaign aims at Hope Farm, our arable farm in Cambridgeshire.

You will be able to find out how to engage with the Campaign through Entry Level Stewardship (ELS) or the voluntary measures.

BASIS points will be available for attending these events. If you would like to have an event dedicated to your company (group size between 12 and 25) then we should be able to arrange this for you.

Following popular national campaign events, future events will follow a similar pattern: an introduction to the aims of the campaign in the morning and a farm walk after lunch to discuss measures to benefit resource protection, farmland birds and other wildlife.

There will be other national events to train agronomists and land agents – for details see the Campaign for the Farmed Environment website.

RSPB staff Allen Perkins and Karen Cunningham at The Volunteer & Farmer Alliance training day on Aberdeenshire farm