The DEFRA Future Farming Resilience Fund (FFR) is providing support for farmers in England as the industry moves into a period of Agricultural Transition.
The Transition will be ongoing to 2027, when existing BPS support will end, and existing support systems will shift towards new schemes that will focus on public money for public goods.
Carbon will play a key role in the Transition and the future of farming. The Carbon for Farming project is one of 19 projects funded through the FFR programme, and aims to provide information on the Transition, and how carbon management fits into opportunities for future farm resilience.
FFR funded projects are open to farming businesses in England with an eligible SBI number. Businesses can only take part in one of the 19 FFR projects. Once you have selected your preferred project, you will not be able to transfer to a different FFR project.
However our introductory webinars will not commit you to the project. Attending the introductory webinars will help you to choose which project might be the most beneficial for your business.
Future Farming Resilience Information Webinars
Specialist Carbon for Farming Webinars
A series of five specialist webinars on managing carbon and enterprise efficiencies to build resilience through the Transition. Dates and times to be confirmed.
There are 200 funded carbon assessments, and 30 carbon management plans through Carbon for Farming, and are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Please contact our team so that we could point you in the right direction, especially if you’re based in England and you want to take advantage of this scheme.
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