Trees, Hedgerows and Healthy Soils: Chilterns farmers tackling their Carbon Footprint
COP26 – the 26th United Nations Climate Change Conference, a crucial event for tackling the climate crisis – has recently finished in Glasgow. Even after global leaders left, intense negotiations took place until 12th November to try to agree on the best measures to cut global carbon emissions, to keep global temperature rises to below 1.5 degrees celsius.
The Farm Carbon Project
Watch the Video
Watch the video about conservation work taking place at the chalk grassland at Lodge Farm.
Outstanding Chilterns Magazine
Read more about grazing in the Chilterns on page 18 of our online Outstanding Chilterns Magazine, and read more about the work of the Central Chilterns Farmer Cluster on page 12.
Chilterns Conservation Board welcomes Government pledges to boost nature and people’s access to the countryside
The Government has announced a series of ambitious measures to further support and improve protected landscapes.
Following the success of the central Chilterns farmer cluster, we have developed a new farmer cluster in the Northern Chilterns.