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Buzzing About Grassland

Buzzing About Grassland

Thursday 26th July, Inverkip Community Hub, Kip Park Main Street, Greenock, 10.30am-3pm:

 Eventbrite - Buzzing About Grassland: Profiting from Native Pasture

Friday 27th July, Grant Arms Hotel, 25 The Square, Grantown on Spey, 10.30am-3pm:

Eventbrite - Buzzing About Grassland: Profiting from Native Pasture

Species rich grassland meadows are an important part of our farming landscape; providing habitats for birds, pollinators, and areas of nutritionally low fodder to manage sheep condition on.

How can we better utilise these areas within our farming systems and what revenue is available for managing these areas through AECS? How can we profit from these native pastures?

Speakers include: Rob Havard (farmer, and Natural England).

This event is open to all, and free to attend, however places are strictly limited and will be given on a first come first served basis. Lunch is also included. The event will include a trip to a local farm.

If you’re a farmer, crofter or land manager, book your free place now: we are expecting these sessions to fill up quickly, and booking is absolutely essential. Book online via the buttons above, or if you prefer you can call Sarah on 07800 841 822, or email smillar@soilassociation.org

Funding is provided through SRDP Knowledge Transfer and Innovation Fund (which is jointly funded by the Scottish Government and the European Union) with partner funding from Scottish Water and RSPB Scotland and Farm Advisory Service. (This event is part of a wider KTIF programme, Farming With Nature.)

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