Read our first Farmer Cluster newsletter

Learn more about our farmers, our work across the Central Chilterns, and our amazing delivery partners.

As part of the Chalk, Cherries and Chairs Landscape Partnership, we have been working with local farmers to set up a Central Chilterns farmer cluster. We have held regular meetings to discuss key issues and initiatives, to support our farmers undertake key conservation activities, support local wildlife and build new habitats on their land. We are so pleased to have 18 landowners signed up with us now and we are looking forward to what 2020 will bring. But first, let’s reflect on the successes of 2019.

So, just how many bird feeders did we install last year? What is our farmer cluster all about? How many owl boxes have we installed so far? To answer these questions (and learn a lot in the process) have a read of our first ever farmer cluster newsletter here.

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