Event Date : July 7, 2020
In light of Government restrictions due to the Covid-19 crisis OF&G are planning to gather digitally this year and we will revert to NOCC in its more traditional form next year again at John Pawsey’s.
With videos of crops on the farm, conversations with leading practitioners, and discussions to be led by the NOCC chair, the renowned journalist and broadcaster Charlotte Smith we will still present insight and knowledge from successful food and farming businesses.
Highlights will include:
Our host this year, John Pawsey, will be digitally welcoming us all to his wonderful mixed farm in the East of England. We will demonstrate and discuss the work John and others are doing to help bring food systems onto more resilient and stable footing, better able to withstand ecological and economic shocks.
Along with John and the crops research team at the ORC we will be joined by Clive Bailye of TWB Farms and the Farmer Forum and Direct Driller magazine, organic farmer and director at Organic Arable Mark Lea, Roger Vickers of PGRO, Liz Stockdale and Phil Howell, of NIAB, agro-ecological mixed farmer and blogger, George Young and Lawrence Morden of Walnes Seeds with more details to be announced very soon.
Tickets already booked for the original event that was to be held on 7 July will be refunded.
More information here
Tue, Jul 7, 2020 9:00 AM – 10:30 AM BST
Renowned broadcaster Charlotte Smith will lead a conversation with our host, organic farmer John Pawsey and no-till specialist Clive Bailye to talk about how they farm, where their farm operation works well, and where it maybe doesn’t work as well as they would like. The panel will also discuss the future outlook for their farming businesses.
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