The fifth Digital Insights webinar from Low carbon Agriculture show online will explore the importance of ‘Environmental Land Management’ and what it means for the future of UK farming.
The webinar will outline what’s known about the Environmental Land Management (ELM) scheme so far, with an update on policy, followed by an outline of key environmental approaches and guidance on assessing sustainability.
Taking place on January 27th at 6pm, speakers for the January Digital Insights session include:
• Phil Jarvis, chairman, NFU Environment Forum, who will update on the Environmental Land Management (ELM) scheme and what we know so far;
• Karen Fisher, farming advisor at the Soil Association, who will outline the key principles and approaches of agroecology;
• Adele Jones, head of programmes, from the Sustainable Food Trust, who will present on measuring food system sustainability.
For details of how to register and submit questions, visit our events page here.
Notes to editor
Low Carbon Agriculture has evolved from ‘Energy and Rural Business Show’ and ‘Energy Now Expo’ and celebrates 12 years of success in March 2021.
Low Carbon Agriculture Show announced in October 2020, that it will move to a fully interactive digital format on March 9 and 10, 2021 and the show will maintain its four defined areas to explore: ‘Energy Now Expo’, ‘Environmental Business Expo’, ‘Low-Emission Vehicles Expo’ and ‘Farm Technology Expo.’
To learn more visit: www.lowcarbonagricultureshow.co.uk