Farm Walks

Our farm walks are now closed for the season.  We will be back with more in Spring 2021.

Thank you to all our walk leaders

We would just like to thank all our ‘Farming for Nature’ walk leaders for their generous time in imparting their knowledge and ideas throughout 2020. While many of our walks had to be cancelled during lockdown times, we still managed to hold 13 walks, hosted by seven different Ambassadors, with over 260 fellow farmers and interested parties in attendance. For those lucky enough to attend the walks, they were privileged to get a unique insight to some remarkable farms and the farming systems that shape them. From horticulture to cattle, sheep and even dairy production, there was so much to see and share and so many good people to meet. Every one of the host farmers did an exceptional job and their great communication skills made it a highly enjoyable and educational outing. This on-site, peer to peer learning is key in building up knowledge and sharing ideas for other interested parties looking to make changes on their land. Our 2020 walk series how finished up for Autumn/Winter period but will hopefully resume next Spring with lots more to share in 2021! So thank you to our host farmers and thank you to all those who attended.

Farming For Nature would like to thank the farmers for their generosity in hosting these farm walks. These events have been jointly supported by Department of Agriculture, Food and Marine and the National Parks and Wildlife Service to date.


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