Events

Upcoming events

Arable Plant ID and Management Workshop

20 May 2019

13:00 – 16:30

Feltwell Royal British Legion, Thetford,  IP26 4BJ

Find out about arable plants in Norfolk and how farmland can be managed for them.

This workshop is for farmers, land managers,  farm contractors, farm advisers and agronomists and will be run by Dr Phil Wilson and Pete Thompson from the Game and Wildlife Conservation Trust.

This event is being delivered by the Colour in the Margins project and booking is required.

Book your free place here

 

 

 

Cereals: The Arable Event

12 - 13 June 2019

Boothby Graffoe, Lincoln, Lincolnshire

cerealsevent.co.uk

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Arable Plant ID and Management Workshop

24 June 2019

12:30 – 16:30

Marlborough Village Hall,  Kingsbridge TQ7 3BX

Find out about arable plants in Devon and how farmland can be managed for them.

This workshop is for farmers, land managers,  farm contractors, farm advisers and agronomists and will be run by by Dr Phil Wilson and Pete Thompson from the Game and Wildlife Conservation Trust.

This event is being delivered by the Colour in the Margins project and booking is required.

Book your place here

 

Arable Management Technical Workshop - Somerset

6 June 2019

13:00 - 16:30

Burton Farm, Curry Rivel, Langport, Somerset

Join us to learn about arable plants and how management for these species can fit into modern agriculture.

This workshop, run by Tim Clarke focuses on how to identify some arable plants and how to implement management to benefit these species. There will be a discussion followed by a walk to view some arable plants in suitable management. We will also explore strategies for dealing with problem weed species.

The meeting location will be provided upon booking, please do not go to the farm steading.

Book your place here

Arable Plant ID and Management Workshop

12 June 2019

14:00 - 17:00

Matrimony Farm Barn, Charlton All Saints, Salisbury, SP5 4EZ

Find out about arable plants in Wiltshire and how farmland can be managed for them.

This workshop is for farmers, land managers,  farm contractors, farm advisers and agronomists and will be run by Dr Phil Wilson and Pete Thompson from the Game and Wildlife Conservation Trust.

This event is being delivered by the Colour in the Margins project and booking is required.

Book your free place here

Arable Plant ID and Management Workshop

25 June 2019

12pm onwards

Perceval Institute, Wadebridge, PL27 6QJ

Find out about arable plants in Cornwall and how farmland can be managed for them.

This free workshop is for farmers, land managers,  farm contractors, farm advisers and agronomists. These workshops are being run by Dr Phil Wilson and Pete Thompson from the Game and Wildlife Conservation Trust.

This event is being delivered by the Colour in the Margins project and booking is required.

Book your place here

 

Arable Plant ID and Management Workshop

11 June 2019

14:00 - 17:00

Upper Clatford Village Hall, Andover SP11 7QS

Find out about arable plants in Hampshire and how farmland can be managed for them, including a visit to Westover Farm (Goodworth Clatford, Hants SP11 7LF)

This workshop is for farmers, land managers,  farm contractors, farm advisers and agronomists and will be run by Dr Phil Wilson and Pete Thompson from the Game and Wildlife Conservation Trust.

This event is being delivered by the Colour in the Margins project and booking is required.

Book your free place here

 

 

Arable Plant ID and Management Workshop

13 June 2019

12:30 – 16:30

Lower Smite Farm, Worcestershire, WR3 8SZ

Free management workshop for farmers, land managers and farm advisers with Phil Wilson, Pete Thompson (GWCT) and Caroline Corsie (Worcs WT).

This event is being delivered by the Colour in the Margins project and booking is required.

Book your place here

 

 

 

Groundswell 2019

26 - 27 June 2019

Lannock Manor Farm

Hertfordshire

#GW19 Theme:

Conservation Agriculture. Practical ideas on how to farm in the new environmental and political climate whilst regenerating your core asset – the soil.

groundswellag.com