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25 May 2022 - Farm Walk agenda


Over 150 people will be flocking to Church Farm on 25 May 2022, for The Green Farm Collective's first farm walk. For those coming, or thinking of coming, here is the agenda and speakers.


Location: Church Farm, Church Lane, Albrighton, WV7 3BY


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9:00 – Gates open

10:00 – Church Farm – Michael Kavanagh

10:07 – The Green Farm Collective - Jake Freestone

10:15 – Introduction to Trinity - Dr Hosein Khajeh-Hosseiny

10:20 – Trinity Agtech's Sandy – Anna Woodley

10:40 – Trinity Natural Capital Markets – Louisa Knocker

11:00 - Break

11:30 – Carbon and its importance in agriculture - Mike Harrington, Edaphos

11:50 – Considerations when starting to integrate livestock - Ian Gould, Oakbank Game & Conservation

12:10 – The regenerative pathway package – Una McBride, Severn Trent Water

12:30 - Lunch

14:00 – Trinity Pioneers – Dr Emily Pope

14:20 – Nutrition, soils and carbon - James Warne, Soil First Farming

14:40 – Green cover, IPM, Nematodes & Nutrients - Clive Wood + Jim Egan, Kings

15:00 – The climate change mitigation potential of agriculture – Charlotte Cook, Indigro

15:20 – Demand for carbon & biodiversity projects in the private sector - Yourpact Bethan Pugh

15:40 – Close – The Green Farm Collective

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