Tuesday 11th February 2020
10am – 1pm
By Kind Permission of Bob Lancaster
This farm event aims to highlight the practical and cost-effective steps you can take to reduce the likelihood of rainfall and runoff causing problems and damage in the farmyard.
Find out about the benefits of sustainably managing yard waters and separating clean and dirty water, with updates on the latest legislation (NVZ, SSAFO, Farming Rules for Water), and grant funding opportunities.
BASIS & NRoSO applied for
The aim of this event is to advise farmers on how to better manage rainfall and runoff in the farmyard, it will include a farm walk and discussions on:
- Appropriate water management methods in the yard for both clean and fouled runoff.
- How to reduce the source of pollutants from the farmyard, break and slow flow pathways and protect water bodies at risk of pollution.
- The economic and environmental benefits to sustainable runoff management and the farm.
- The importance of runoff management in meeting SSAFO & NVZ regulations and Farming Rules for Water.
- Options available to improve yard infrastructure through available grant schemes.
PLEASE WEAR SUITABLE CLOTHING AND FOOTWEAR FOR A FARM WALK
If you cannot make this event, similar events are being run, please contact the booking line for more information.
How to book
Please book your FREE place via telephone: 08453 713399 or email email@example.com. When booking please give your name, address, phone number, CPH & SBI number.
If you would like to find out more about the event or Catchment Sensitive Farming in your area and what is on offer, please contact Kathryn McKendrick-Smith 07827 552662 or email: Kathryn.McKendrick-Smith@naturalengland.org.uk