East Midlands Green Futures 2022

Environment East Midlands
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The 2022 Green Futures virtual webinars are open for registration

Information and registration details for this year’s events.  Booking is essential so we can send out a webinar link the day before. If attending both events you need to book both.

Green Futures webinar one – 1st February 2022. “Water in the Environment”

The first of the 2022 Green Futures webinars will be on Tuesday 1st February starting at 1.00pm.

The theme is “Water in the Environment”, and speakers will be looking at farming rules for water; the new and expanding catchment sensitive farming offer and water company private funding of ecosystem services.

The session will conclude with a Q&A panel and finish at 2.15pm. Booking is essential so we can send out a webinar link the day before.

Click on this link to register for webinar 1.

Green Futures webinar two – 8th February 2022. “ELMS into 22”

The second webinar date is Tuesday 8th February starting at 1.00pm. It will take a deeper dive into the Governments Environmental Land Management Scheme for 2022.

We have top Defra speakers looking at where the Agricultural Transition Plan has got to and what SFI Early Roll Out is looking like, which is due to launch for application in the Spring, and ELMS Local Nature Recovery + a Q&A session. This is very topical following the Defra December and Oxford Farming Conference announcements.

Booking is essential so we can send a webinar link the day before.

Please click on this link for webinar 2. 

If you are joining both webinars you need to book both events.

See you in the Green Futures 2022 Webinars.

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