EVENTS

The River Waveney Catchment Partnership deliver a series of events throughout the year for local farmers, advisers and agronomists.  For more details on any up coming events please use our contact page to get in touch.

Upcoming Events 

 

Due to the Covid-19 outbreak, currently, all summer events, agricultural shows, meetings etc have been cancelled. Additionally, nobody knows when the situation will be such that it is safe (or legal) to resume group events. As such, there are no events currently planned in the near future. It will soon be spring and land work will begin in earnest and because of Covid 19 and the resulting restrictions, it is unlikely that we will be having any events before May/June but if and when we do we will update this website with the details

One event which has previously been held across the East and most locally at Wortwell Village Hall has had to move to an online event. The details are below and we would love to have as many people attend as possible. 

Farm Business Update 2021 - A new era for farming Friday 12 February, 9:30 to 11:30 am

   

  • Guest Speaker – Becky Willson,  The Farm Carbon Toolkit - Why do we have to care about carbon? - pointers for your climate journey 


  • Catchment Sensitive Farming / Championing the Farmed Environment -Stewardship choices for now and the future 


  • NFU National Specialists Post-Brexit BPS & cross compliance updates 


  •  Guest Speaker – John Pawsey,  Organic farmer and contractor - Pathways to profitable soil, nature, and climate friendly farming


  • Facilitated guest speaker discussion  and final Q & A 


 

BOOKING DETAILS: To book a place and receive sign-in details for this online event please register by clicking this link
You will then be sent details for how to join the event online on the day. 
(In the event you are unable to register online please telephone 01638 590429) 
BASIS and NRoSO points will be made available during the event 

Farm Business Update 2021 - A new era for farming Friday 12 February, 9:30 to 11:30 am 

ABOUT US >

The partnership supports land managers by providing advice, either on a one to one on farm basis or at themed events and workshops on the storage, handling and application of pesticides, fertilisers and manure; soil management; water course protection; environmental stewardship and general farm environmental management.

CONTACT >

Ian Skinner is your local Essex & Suffolk Water Catchment Advisor. 

E: ian.skinner@nwl.co.uk

Robert Camps is your local Catchment Sensitive Farming Officer.

E: robert.camps@naturalengland.org.uk