Manage your land best for England’s rarest bumblebee the Shrill Carder Bee

When: 11 July, 10am – 1pm
Where: Home Farm, Curry Rivel, Langport, TA10 0JD
Info: During our time at Home Farm we will looking at how you can manage your land best for England’s rarest bumblebee the Shrill Carder Bee and there may even be the chance of seeing one if the weather permits! We will also be joined by Plantlifes’ Alison Mitchell who will be telling us all about rare arable plants such as Shepherds needle.
The order of the morning will roughly entail - starting at 10am we will kick things off with some teas & coffees followed by a short talk from Alison and myself. After which we will have a short tour of the farm and finally back at the barn we will have an informal Q&A session over a light lunch. Aiming to finish around 1pm.