RegenAG UK (RAUK) connects farmers, smallholders, and other interested parties with leading pioneers and trainers/experts in Regenerative Agriculture - via short courses, seminars and workshops, and by facilitating collaboration and peer-peer learning.
Grazing for Long-term Resilience and Sustainable Profit
Wednesday 18th October, 2017
Corfe Village Hall, Newton Lane, Corfe, Somerset TA3 7AN
This is a unique opportunity to dip your toes into the world of Holistic Management and Planned Grazing, and explore it's potential to enhance farming/land management practice.
The day is suitable for farmers, advisors, and land managers, as well as those with a more general interest who are also concerned about issues such as animal health and welfare and how we can transition to more environmentally regenerative approaches to food production, how farming practices impact climate change and how we can work with nature to create more resilient landscapes e.g. addressing the issues of flooding (and soil loss), and drought - and enhance biodiversity. We are very grateful to Duncan and Sally for hosting the farm walk element of the day at their farm (see here).
Optimising Soil Management for Agricultural Productivity and Ecology (6 BASIS points; 1LP, 2E, 1GM, 2N)
with Joel Williams
Monday 6th November, 9am-5pm
at Glasshouse College, Wollaston Road, Amblecote, Stourbridge, West Midlands, DY8 4HF
This event is a comprehensive full day presentation, suitable for both commercial farmers (including but not restricted to organic producers) and those concerned with home/community production.