The Nene & Welland Support for Farmer Action (NWSFA) is a collaborative project between the Nene Valley Catchment Partnership & the Welland Valley Catchment Partnership, funded by the Water Environment Grant. The projects aims to extend the Countryside Stewardship offer to the entire Nene & Welland catchments and provide an opportunity for farmers to take actions which are outside of current government priorities.
The project recognises the strong link between the management of agricultural land and catchment management objectives for water quality, aquatic ecology and flood risk management and is underpinned and informed by the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust's Allerton Project in the Welland river basin and the superb trials and research that are run at that location. Water Friendly Farming and Sustainable Intensification research being two of the most recent themes of study.
The NWSFA offers:
The combined Catchment Partnerships are made up of many organisations including The River Nene Regional Park, The Welland Rivers Trust, The Environment Agency, Game and Wildlife Conservation Trust and Anglian Water.
For more information on the scheme, please get in touch with the NWSFA coordinator Tom Edmondson at firstname.lastname@example.org
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