Farming for Nature
Here you’ll find a collection of resources on regenerative agriculture and signposts to funding for farmers.
- Shropshire Hills AONB – Farming in Protected Lanscapes >
- DEFRA Future Farming Blog (new funding opportunities and updates on the new Environmental Land Management Schemes published on this blog) >
What is Regenerative Agriculture?
Regenerative agriculture is an effective way to restore biodiversity and stabilize the climate, but what exactly is it? This video explores three different regenerative practices that have great potential both in food production and in healing the land.
Stepping Stones project
A video introducing the Stepping Stones Project. A landscape-scale nature conservation project aiming to restore wildlife to the Stiperstones, the Long Mynd and the Onny Valley that separates the two sets of hills. This project is being run by the National Trust along in conjunction with other wildlife and conservation groups, local landowners and volunteers.
Farmers are changing the world with REGENERATIVE AGRICULTURE
All over the world farmers are developing an alternative system to regenerate soil instead of eroding it. To protect and increase water retention by covering with mulch and by growing continuous diverse crops, without tilling or ploughing. Be a part of the revolution, OUR SOILS NEED YOU.
The importance of grasslands
A short film by the charity Caring for God’s Acre.
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