Suffolk FWAG will concentrate on the industry 2020 vision at its Spring Conference to be held on Friday 13th February.
FWAG,The Farming and Wildlife Advisory Group, has branches across the UK. These groups have helped British farmers for over four decades by providing trusted, independent environmental advice.
The Suffolk Group kick off the conference season with an indepth look at how agriculture will meet its targets on issues such as water quality, farmland birds, pollinators and long term sustainability.
It will also question whether a new CAP, a new Countryside Stewardship Scheme, the introduction of greening and EFA’s will actually help farmers deliver increased environmental benefits whilst still running a profitable, sustainable business? Are the new policies, regulations and schemes an improvement on the old ones?