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Events: CS and ELMs update meetings

In 2019 the “Farming is Changing” booklet was released (which can be read here) and “The Path to Sustainable Farming: An Agricultural Transition Plan 2021-2024” was published at the end of November 2021 (and can be read here.)

These documents explain the changes that are being made to agricultural payments including the phase out of BPS, the new Environmental Land Management Scheme, capital grants and Countryside Stewardship.

The Farm Team at the Yorkshire Dales National Park held a series of meetings in February 2021 to discuss the changes that will be happening over the coming transitional years and looking ahead to the new Environmental Land Management Scheme as well as looking at updates to Countryside Stewardship for the coming year. We had good discussion about the future agri-environment schemes and we will be feeding this back in due course as well as providing the feedback to Defra.

A copy of our report can be found here and a copy of the slide presentation used for the events in 2021 can be found here.

2022 CS and Farm Grant update meetings

During February 2022 we delivered a series of free workshops across the National Park to share the latest advice and give assistance to farmers, land-managers and land-owners on Countryside Stewardship, Catchment Sensitive Farming (CSF), Woodland grants, the Farming Investment Fund, the Future Farm Resilience Fund, Farming in Protected Landscapes (FiPL) and the Environmental Land Management Scheme (ELM).

View a recording of one of our online update sessions below, and download your copy of our presentation slides here.