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Solutions for alternative weed control

The fist in a series of webinars from the OPER8 project, this webinar will focus on electric weeding.

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Biodynamic Growing for Professional Settings

This intensive two-and-a-half-day course offers professional growers, land managers and designers, an introduction to applied biodynamics for ornamental gardens, market gardens and farms.

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Farm & Food Literature Festival

The Farm & Food Literature Festival, co-curated by Chelsea Green Publishing  and FarmED is back for another year with an exciting line-up exploring stories and experiences from the wonderful world of agroecology, regenerative farming and sustainable food

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Biodynamic Preparation Making Event

Join experienced biodynamic preparation maker Bernard Jarman at Hawkwood College, to dig up the Horn Manure and other preparations.

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Living mulches network day

Would you like to be involved in an on-farm field trial exploring living mulches: direct drilling cash crops into (semi)-permanent established stands of clover? Are you already using living mulches on your farm?

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Fungal Farming Experts: Meet the Fun-guys and gals!

In this live webinar you’ll get to meet some fungal folk heroes who create conditions where fungi and the rest of the soil food web  can really thrive again, improving soil fertility, plant production, and accumulating carbon

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Fungal Farming Case Study

In this webinar, agroecologist, Nicole Masters, shares a case study from Cottonwood Ranch in the Northern Nevada desert, where she reported regenerating a degraded hay pasture with biological management for only $20/acre, compared to the $160/acre cost for chemical fertilizer management.

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Fungi and the Future of Farming

We’re going to take a deep dive into mycorrhizal fungi because they are a perfect example of how a better future for agriculture can be realized through plant and microbial relationships. Due to beneficial interactions with plants, mycorrhizal fungi can improve yields, crop health, and soil food web resilience

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Fungi and the Soil Food Web

Every organism in a healthy and thriving soil ecosystem is important, including bacteria, protozoa, and nematodes. We’re going to focus on plants and fungi in this webinar, because they have unique roles and partnerships that facilitate every other form of life in the soil. 

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Trialling diverse forage crops for sustainable livestock wintering

Innovative Farmers & FABulous farmers demonstration event where farmers will share their experiences of using diverse winter grazing crops

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BGS Spring Farm Walk

Join BGS, AHDB & LIC to find out about the system of buying beef calves from the dairy herd, rotationally grazing them, and finishing the cattle with minimum concentrates feeding.

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Herbal Ley Establishment & Management

A one day course on Herbal Leys Establishment and Management brought to you by the FarmED team and Cotswolds Seeds.

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Bioindicators: What can weeds teach us?

What is a weed? We generally think of it as the wrong plant in the wrong place. But what if we viewed these plants as bioindicators that can inform us about soil health or management practices? Join us for a practical workshop to learn what weeds can teach us.

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An Evening with Andy Cato from Wildfarmed

Meet local farmer and co-founder of Wildfarmed Andy Cato at FarmED on the 27th April. Andy’s talk at FarmED will chart his journey from France to the UK, the genesis of Wildfarmed and the support they offer farmers in transitioning from chemical-based agriculture towards biological systems.

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OF&G’s National Organic Conference (NOC)

OF&G’s National Organic Conference is an annual event built to service the stakeholder community in and around the organic sector.

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Getting started with Regenerative Agriculture

Join the Agricology team and a range of guest speakers for a day of talks about getting started with regenerative agriculture and how to make it work financially. Regenerative agriculture is becoming ever more popular across UK farming, however for many there are still uncertainties as to how best to get started, which techniques are […]

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ORFC in the Field: Biodynamics and Permaculture Design at Huxhams Cross Farm

Come and join leading practitioners for two days of hands-on workshops that explore how biodynamic principles and practice and permaculture design can be used at farm scale.

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Groundswell 2023

The Groundswell event provides a forum for farmers and anyone interested in food production or the environment to learn about the theory and practical applications of Conservation Agriculture or regenerative systems, including no-till, cover crops and re-introducing livestock into the arable rotation, with a view to improving soil health

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Down To Earth North

Down to Earth will focus on the basic principles of regenerative agriculture, offering an arena where the whole industry can come together and address the opportunities, facts, and science surrounding its principles and to see it in action.

At its core, regenerative agriculture looks at improving the health of soil or restoring highly degraded soil. This unique event will offer farmers the practical advice they need to start applying its principles back on their farms.

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Down To Earth South

Down to Earth will focus on the basic principles of regenerative agriculture, offering an arena where the whole industry can come together and address the opportunities, facts, and science surrounding its principles and to see it in action.

At its core, regenerative agriculture looks at improving the health of soil or restoring highly degraded soil. This unique event will offer farmers the practical advice they need to start applying its principles back on their farms.

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LEAF Open Farm Sunday 2023

LEAF Open Farm Sunday returns on Sunday 11th June, as hundreds of farms across the country will be opening their gates for farming’s annual open day. Showcasing farming’s commitment to producing nutritious food more sustainably.

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REGEN 23

Regen ’23 will take place in the Vale of Glamorgan, at Sealands Farm, St Brides Major CF32 0RR on Thursday 8 June 2023 at 10am. Richard Anthony operates a diverse, progressive arable enterprise which integrates livestock and renewable energy, with a focus on soil health, grassland and carbon capture.

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Agroforestry Open Weekend 2023

Following the success of the Anglian Agroforestry Open Weekend 2021 and 2022, please join us in 2023 to see Agroforestry in action

Friday 19 – Sunday 21 May 2023

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Farm of the Future: Net Zero in Practice

Delivered by Innovation for Agriculture (IfA), in partnership with RASE and Harper Adams University, the Farm of the Future: Net Zero in Practice event will provide a unique opportunity to gather information and ideas on how to decarbonise your farm business.

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