Join Catchment Sensitive Farming, Farmers of River Wylye and Nadder, and IfA at this FREE event
Monday 18th Nov. 10:00am – 15:30pm at The Thatched Barn, Boyton (BA12 0SS).
Followed by a farm walk and field demonstration by permission of James Griffin -Bapton Manor Farm (BA12 0SB). .
Topics will include:
How farming practices take out CO2 from the atmosphere to store it in the first layers of soil.
Understanding the cycle for carbon, nitrogen, and other elements in the soil
The importance and opportunity for sequestering carbon back into soil and crop yields
Understanding physical, chemical, and biological properties soil, and increased retention of water and nutrients, resulting in greater farm productivity
The role that Farmers play in CO2 capture and maintaining and increasing soil organic carbon
Lunch will be provided at Ginnys Café, Boyton (next to the Thatch Barn)
- BASIS points may be available
To book your free place please contact:
Helen Pengelly (07709 253250 - email@example.com)
Tracy Adams (01725 517417 • 07964 902988 - TracyAdams@cranbornechase.org.uk)
Rohan Smith CSFO (07785 44 2434 or email firstname.lastname@example.org)