Agri-Environment scheme information for farmers and land managers
Following on from our Agri-environment schemes and the future: How to get the best for your business workshop in March (details and recording below), we have collated information you may find useful. As more information on various agri-environment schemes becomes available we will update this page.
Applications for the Sustainable Farming Incentive (SFI) pilot opened on March 15th
- Further information on SFI as a whole is available here
- Information on the pilot is available here
- You can express interest in taking part in the pilot here
For further information on regional workshops and one-to-one advice for farmers and land managers visit here.
Agri-environment schemes and the future: How to get the best for your business
Please note, this workshop took place via Zoom on the 23rd of March 2021 (recording available below)
- Hear from farmers already in agri-environment schemes: The benefits and pitfalls
- Fraser Hugill, who farms 350 acres in the Howardian Hills AONB - half is arable, and half supports a herd of Beef Shorthorn suckler cows.
- Andrea Meanwell, who farms beef and sheep in the Lake District National Park.
- Countryside Stewardship: What has changed in this year’s scheme?
- Farming in Protected Landscapes: A statement by Defra
- Question and Answer session
Please find the workshop recording below – feel free to forward the link to other farmers and land managers https://youtu.be/QTHGdWHx5yA
NAAONB Agri-environment scheme information privacy notice
The National Association for AONBs (NAAONB) is a charity dedicated to promoting the conservation and enhancement of AONBs. It provides a strong collective voice for the UK’s 46 Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONBs).
You can change your mind at any time by clicking the unsubscribe link in the footer of any email you receive from us. We will treat your information with respect.