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The Farming Advice Service (FAS) webinar program

Last updated: 07 Dec 2020

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The Farming Advice Service (FAS) are holding a series of FREE webinars covering a range of important topics. They start in December and run through to early 2021.

Each online event will have a different theme and will last for one hour, including an opportunity to put questions to the expert speakers. Details of each webinar and a link to register can be found below:

Farming rules for water – what are they? This virtual workshop looks at the farming rules for water. Ross Cherrington, Senior Farm Adviser from the West Country Rivers Trust, will explain the rules, which have been in place since April 2018, and provide examples and practical tips to help you to comply. Thursday 10 December, 10:00 to 11:00 Click here to book.

Nitrate Vulnerable Zones (NVZ) a refresher. The NVZ regulations are the most frequent topic of enquiry to the FAS helpline, with over 200 queries per year. To help clear up the confusion around NVZs, and to ensure you have the information you need and the right records in place, Briony Burge from Creedy Associates will deliver this FAS event. Briony brings realms of experience having delivered NVZ workshops to farmers in the South West for 9 years. She will seek to simplify and explain the requirements and answer any queries you may have. Tuesday 15 December, 19:00 to 20:00 Click here to book 

Cross compliance and greening update – what’s new for 2021? From 2021, the Government is taking measures to simplify the Basic Payment Scheme (BPS) – including removing all three of the greening requirements. However, you will still have to meet the minimum standards on the environment, animal and plant health, and animal welfare. Andrew Wells from Arable Alliance will be on hand to talk you through the changes to cross compliance and greening for the 2021 scheme year to help you to comply with the requirements. Tuesday 19 January, 15:30 to 16:30 Click here to book 

Heading towards net zero emissions in agriculture. You will have heard lots of reports in recent times on the UK’s ambitions to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. During this session, Dave Freeman, Agriculture Business Area Manager at Ricardo, will explain emissions, net zero and what this means for the agriculture sector. Tuesday 26 January, 10:00 to 11:00 Click here to book 

Event Start Date:

16 Dec 2020 10:00

Event End Date:

26 Jan 2021 11:00

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