Working with local farms

tractor156.jpgWe  carried out a number of pilot land management trials in 2014/2015, with a view to rolling out a more  from 2015 to 2020.

How you can get involved

If you farm within one of our priority areas you could qualify for the following:

  • Free one to one confidential on farm advice
  • Free report with recommendations tailored towards your farm business
  • Free workshops and events providing up to date guidance and advice
  • Soil and nutrient planning (including free standard soil sampling)
  • Calibration of fertiliser applicators, slug pelletors and sprayers
  • A capital grant scheme to help farmers and land managers tackle agricultural diffuse pollution

Equestrian businesses

There is a growing awareness of the likelihood of horse ownership and/or equestrian businesses giving rise to high nutrient and sediment loading of surface waters. Therefore, if you own or rent land for the purposes of keeping horses we welcome the chance to work with you too.

Register for your free farm visit:

You can register now for a free farm visit from an independent specialist advisor.

Register for a farm visit

Read our leaflet about the Ouse Upstream Thinking Project

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