Water use on farms
22 May 2012 10:00 - 22 May 2012 15:00
Lower Norton Farm, Mill Lane, Stoke Climsland, Callington, Cornwall, PL17 8QF
Want to cut costs and improve your current water use? Want to look at the alternatives to you for sourcing your water and what you might need to consider? This on-farm event will cover the considerations for water use on the farm, looking at economic savings and providing practical on-farm examples.
Speakers will include LEAF, SCL Water, The Environment Agency, Rural Focus and Duchy College Rural Business School, talking about different options for reducing mains water use, including borehole installations and rainwater harvesting systems.
The event is being held on a LEAF demonstration farm which has installed a rainwater harvesting system on-farm. There will be an opportunity to hear the experiences of installing the system and a tour.
Cost: £20 if eligible, £40 if not. For more information or to book your place please contact the Rural Business School on 0845 4587485 or click here to access the booking form.
Please wear warm clothing and clean footwear that can be immersed in a disinfectant bath.