The Chilterns Farm Advice Project is a three year joint initiative between the Chilterns Conservation Board and the Environment Agency. The project's main aim is to improve soil and water quality through more sustainable land management practices.
The Project held two free workshops on water quality and farm practice, the first near Harpenden (23rd Ocotber 2013), the second near Henley (6th November 2013). Topics included:
You can download copies of the presentations here.
Free advisory visits are available covering issues such as;
Download an information sheet with more detail on what an advisory visit can offer:
To apply for a free visit, contact Neil Jackson (see below).
A small grants scheme is available through the project to assist farm improvements that will also benefit water quality. Further information on the scheme will be posted here shortly.
For further details on the project please contact Neil Jackson: firstname.lastname@example.org