Nature Friendly Farming Network

The Nature Friendly Farming Network is led by farmers across the UK with a passion for sustainable farming and nature. Their aim is to unite farmers across the UK who have a sustainable outlook, secure positive changes in policy, including how farming is supported by the public, and bring together farmers to learn from one another.

What we love about it:

Any food citizenship action starts by connecting people. Providing a platform to do so ensures resources are shared more easily and quickly, strengthening the bonds between like-minded people and empowering them to take positive action.

More info: https://www.nffn.org.uk/

6 hours ago
It’s good to see George Eustice @DefraGovUK launching this. We need to come together across 🇬🇧 farming to learn from each other and tackle our environment, biodiversity & climate crisis. Something the @NFFNUK is also doing in helping farmers improve our environment. https://t.co/6WiZ5F84zh
10 hours ago
Environment Secretary, George Eustice, launches the UK Agriculture Partnership, a new initiative to encourage knowledge sharing from across the agricultural sector.

Learn how working together and sharing learnings can bring benefits to #UKAgriculture https://t.co/hGYZFXZ4mM https://t.co/4k8FhRD7RU
10 hours ago
This week @JanetHughes from @DefraGovUK is on the show. Hear from Janet about her life and career and how she came to work at Defra. She also answers some of your questions.

https://t.co/4N1GZIZiuW
10 hours ago
Well done #RSPBHopeFarm for their first webinar of 2022 last night

Now looking on to the next: ELMS and Future Nature Friendly Farming

Join @vickihird @AliceGroom2 @georgiewildbray @NRenison @LinesMartin and @Natures_Voice Andrew Holland

register here https://t.co/tzDv1lmBZV https://t.co/kzQ2QcsHBd
10 hours ago
With our farmers we're busy preparing for the arrival of our breeding curlew this spring. There'll be more shallow pools for the chicks to feed and a sturdy fence to deter predators. Time will tell what impact these will have. Cross fingers. https://t.co/P7USu5BLnc
10 hours ago
Gyda ffermwyr y fro 'dan ni'n brysur yn paratoi at ddyfodiad ein gylfinirod i nythu y gwanwyn yma. Bydd mwy o byllau bas i'r cywion fwydo a ffens i gadw ysglyfaethwyr draw. Amser a ddengys pa effaith bydd rhain yn cael. Croesi bysedd. https://t.co/M5k0Fg8IUc
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