Low Carbon Farming Info Event - Shropshire

19 March 2013 14:00 - 19 March 2013 18:00

Longnor Village Hall, Longnor, Shropshire, SY5 7PP (advertised elsewhere as Midlands)

PRACTICAL STEPS TO REDUCE FARM EMISSIONS

This FREE Low Carbon Farming event will look at:

  • Minimising emissions through nutrient management
  • Minimising emissions through soil and grassland management
  • Low carbon livestock management
  • On-farm renewable energy opportunities
  • Tools such as the Farm Carbon Assessment Tool (FCAT)

The event is free and includes refreshments. Booking is essential.

To reserve your place please call Sam Adams 0117 314 5127 or email lowcarbon@soilassociation.org

 



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