Action on Pollinators: Boost your Bees Farm Walk

Action on Pollinators: Boost your Bees Farm Walk Thursday 14th July 2016, 10.30am-2pm FREE event with lunch provided by the Campaign for the Farmed Environment. Farm walk led by advisors from the Campaign for the Farmed Environment (CFE) and supported by the Farming Advice Service and Cheshire Wildlife Trust’s farm manager and senior ecologists. Opportunity […]

Free weed wiper hire

Through our Sustainable Catchment Management Programme (SCaMP) we’re working in partnerships with farmers, land owners and stakeholders across the region to protect drinking water quality. We believe that by helping farmers and land owners manage their land in a sustainable manner, the quality of water which drains from it can be improved and the need […]

British Grassland Soil Quality project and workshop

BGS is delighted to be involved in a new collaborative research project, led by Newcastle University and funded by SARIC, the Sustainable Agriculture and Research Innovation Club, an industry/public funding consortium. The project seeks to develop and initiate the use of an innovative web-based platform to help famers and land managers to make informed decisions […]

British Grassland Society are hiring

Part Time office and events administrator Due to relocation from Warwickshire, the British Grassland Society seeks an experienced office and events administrator to assist in their office at Reaseheath College near Nantwich. Duties include: – General office administration, including event bookings, telephone and email enquiries – maintaining and updating membership databases and address lists – […]

Smart Margins CFE event great success

RADA’s Nicola and Rachel held a Campaign for the Farmed Environment (CFE) funded event on the 8th March which was attended by 25 farmers and landowners. The event is the first in a series of FREE Smart Margins events which will look at how to best use your boundaries, buffer strips and hedges to enhance […]