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August 23 2021

Nenescape to Offer Nene Valley Festival Grant Scheme for 2021


Our partners at Nenescape are working with Destination Nene Valley to offer a ‘festival grant’ to help support events and activities for the 2021 Nene Valley Festival.

February 23 2017

Nenescape Newsletter


Catch up with all of the latest news from the Nenescape Landscape Partnership.
January 09 2017

Nenescape Film and Digital Tenders


We're currently on the lookout for two passionate and creative organisations who can help share the incredible stories of the Nene with local communities and visitors through creative and exciting interpretation.
October 17 2016

EVENT: Sustainable farming to get the most from organic materials - 2nd December 2016


This free event will cover the sustainable use of organic materials, including digestate, slurry, compost and manures. Anna Becvar of Earthcare Technical will discuss recent findings on the effects that these additives have on soil health, including earthworms and Soil Organic Matter. There will also be discussions on the effects these materials have on the surrounding environment and will discuss best practice application and usage.
August 22 2016

Catchment Sensitive Farming Specialist Visits


Free one-to-one advice visits are still available on topics such as farm infrastructure audits, pesticide handling facilities, soil and nutrient management, as well as free fertiliser spreader and pellet applicator calibration. The advice you receive will be confidential and tailored to you farm business.

If you would like a full list of the types of visits on offer, or would like a general Catchment Sensitive Farming visit please get in contact with Georgina Wallis on: 07921941734 or 01536 526438 or georgina@rnrp.org

Advice visits can be arranged at a time to suit you and please take advantage whilst they are still FREE.

June 06 2016

A Fresh Start for East Midlands FWAG


For over forty years, the Farming and Wildlife Advisory Group has helped farmers to integrate wildlife friendly agricultural practices into their commercial farming businesses.

The aims of the group are as relevant now as they were then and now, three former Farming and Wildlife Advisory Group advisers have joined forces to form East Midlands FWAG. 
May 31 2016

Remote Sensing Data Pilot in the Stonton Brook


Remote sensing data focused on predicting areas at risk of run-off will be used to guide discussion with farmers to adopt practical improvements on the ground. The Stonton Brook sub catchment will be a pilot area for this approach and will allow for areas at risk of run-off to be identified, based on slopes and other environment factors, combined with farmers’ own knowledge. 

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