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Natural England event

Natural England provides an exciting opportunity for the farming community to decide the future for sustainable food production and thriving nature.

In Birmingham on 28 November.

Hearing from the farming community, this is an opportunity to learn about how sustainable food production depends on thriving nature. Together, we will agree what we need to do to make thriving nature an achievable ambition for every farmer.

Book your place now and be part of the future for sustainable food production and thriving nature.

Confirmed speakers and panellists include:

  • Tony Juniper, Chair Natural England
  • Marian Spain, Chief Executive Natural England
  • Mark Coulman, National Chairman Tenant Farmers Association
  • Martin Lines, Chair Nature Friendly Farming Network
  • Sarah Hendry, Director General Country and Land Business Association
  • Patrick Holden, Chief Executive Sustainable Food Trust

Everyone from the farming community, from farmers to land agents, retailers to advisors, is welcome.

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