Networks for Nature: Supporting Collaborative Farming

Ann Cantrell who works with White Peak Farmers in Staffs and Churnet Valley Farmers is supporting collaboration between different facilitation groups across England.

The aim of the project, ‘Networks for Nature: Supporting Collaborative Farming’ is to bring members of different facilitation groups together to share experiences, discuss environmental goals and build stronger relationships for the future. The project is funded with support from The National Lottery Heritage Fund through the South West Peak Landscape Partnership.

They are offering a series of free online webinars for farmers and facilitators (and others), covering a range of subjects and speakers.

“We are asking for feedback to help make the programme as useful, relevant and engaging as possible – and would be really grateful if you could take a few minutes to fill in our short survey and also share it with your group members, as we also want to get input from as many group members as possible, and other contacts”.

Here is the link to the survey:

Please submit answers by 10th January, 2021. If you have any queries about the project or the survey, please don’t hesitate to contact Ann on