The past, present and future importance of the River Nene between Northampton and Peterborough will be highlighted by an earmarked grant¹ of £2.8m from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF), announced today.
Campaign for the Farmed Environment (CFE) are running two events this November and places are filling fast so please book as soon as possible.
Both events will be covering green covers, greening and cross compliance with speakers from CFE, Kings and the Farm Advice Service.
CFE are also promoting their Environmental Seeds offer for 2015.
The NCP event on Models for Open Space Management scheduled for the 6th October has been postponed.
This event will now take place on the afternoon of the 28th October, following the Water Framework Directive event in the morning.
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These part day events will present information and networking opportunities around three topic areas of particular relevance in the Catchment, and much more broadly. The events and dates are listed below:
Sustainable Urban Drainage September 17th
Models for Open Space Management October 6th
Water Framework Directive: Understanding your responsibilities October 28th
We would like to welcome Georgina Wallis to the team. She has joined us as our new Catchment Sensitive Farming Officer for the Nene and Welland catchments.
If you would like to contact Georgina her details are listed below:
Tel: 01506 526438
Mob: 07921 941734
The Green Patch has been shortlisted for the Jewson's Building Better Communities fund to raise funding to replace the hut at The Green Patch!
All you need to do is vote via your Facebook account by following this link - https://www.buildingbettercommunities.co.uk/submission/the-green-patch-community-garden
The Countryside Stewardship Water Capital Grants 2015 are now open. Due to the targeted nature of the scheme this information is not being emailed to customers, information and guidancehas been published on GOV.UK. Grants on a range of capital items are available for farm infrastructure improvements to reduce water pollution from agriculture. The maximum grant payable is £10,000. The grants are available to farmers in CSF target areas only.