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    Free Farming Resilience Advice

    The Landworkers Alliance has been successful in a bid to DEFRA to deliver free Farming Resilience Advice to 500 farmers.

    Our advice aims to help farmers and land managers prepare for the Agriculture Transition. We will encourage and support the integration of resilience into all aspects of farming systems; looking at agroecological land-management, shortening supply chains, and resilient financial practices.

    Fill in this form to sign up!



    In collaboration with our partners the Pasture Fed Livestock Association and Organic Research Centre. We will be providing the following for FREE to farmers:

    1: Transition Toolkit

    • A farm resilience toolkit
    • Sector specific films sharing case studies of resilience farming models

    For more information on the Transition Toolkit click here

    2: Farmer to Farmer Webinars 

    • 20 webinars for farmers on topics covering all aspects of farm resilience

    For more information on the Farmer to Farmer Webinars click here

    3: One-to-One & Peer Support

    • Mentoring programs
    • One to one farm advisory services
    • Regional and sectoral peer to peer support networks
    • Farm tours

    For more information on the One-to-One and Peer Support click here.



    The advice will be FREE for farmers in ENGLAND in the following sectors:

    • Medium to large scale horticulture (above 5 hectares)
    • SME dairy production
    • SME red meat production
    • Mixed farming systems

    The horticulture focused advice will be more appropriate for farms above 5 hectares, but if you are a horticulture farm below 5 hectare do register your interest and we will seek to support you if possible.

    Please note: all eligible farmers will need an SBI number and not be in receipt of advice from another FFRF provider.



    The free advice runs from September 2021 until March 2022. Please fill in this form if you would like to be added to our list of farmers who would like to access advice. 

    We will be in touch in September when the project starts, to invite you to fill in a farm assessment so we can connect you with appropriate resources. 

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