Future Farming Resilience Fund support events in the South East

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Find out what Future Farming Resilience Fund support events are taking place near you. 

Farm for the future – free support to help your farm business become more resilient

Farm for the Future is a free series of business, environment and one-to-one support sessions for farmers in the High Weald AONB and adjacent areas, delivered by the High Weald AONB Team and the Royal Countryside Fund.

The programme consists of a welcome meeting, two core workshops and one-to-one support. The two workshops will cover business planning and environmentally friendly land management, followed by up to four optional workshops on other topics such as diversification, succession and adding trees to the landscape. There will also be conversations with other land managers, networking, food and the chance of farm walks.

What are the benefits?

As part of the programme you will:

  • Learn more about policy changes to help your business become more resilient and sustainable.
  • Receive one-to-one business support tailored to you.
  • Become a member of The Royal Countryside Fund’s Farm Resilience Network which provides a bank of resources and support.

Farm for the future is funded by Defra’s Future Farming Resilience Fund.

Any owner-occupied or tenant farm currently in receipt of BPS in England can take part if you have not already received free support through the Future Farm Resilience Fund.

If you are interested in taking part, please register to attend one of the welcome meetings:

These welcome events are a chance for farmers to find out more and you will not be obliged to sign up to the full programme if you attend.

Find out more about support available under the Future Farming Resilience Fund:

This page was first published on 05 December 2022. It was updated on 13 September 2023.

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