Open to other farmers in the Alston/Slaggyford area to join if interested
The Farmer Network has been awarded £358,874 in funding from The National Lottery Community Fund, the largest funder of community activity in the UK. The Farmer Network will use their […]
New grant to support Northumberland farmers and the environment The Farmer Network, in partnership with the Tyne Rivers Trust volunteer team, has secured a grant of £10,000 to work collaboratively […]
Business Support for Young People, a programme in Cumbria / Yorkshire Dales, for people aged 18-30, wanting to setup / develop a farming related business.
We are inviting local farm businesses to join Farm for the Future, which we are delivering with The Royal Countryside Fund.
The Farmer Network, with funding from Eden District Council, is offering a package of farm business support in the Eden District area
The Farmer Network has received further funding from the Cumbria Growth Catalyst programme to enable us to provide free one to one advice to help farmers review their businesses.
The Farmer Network has developed a £200 training voucher scheme to help members afford the cost of technical training.
The Farmer Network acts as the local facilitator for the Foundation for Common land’s hill farming training in Cumbria.
The Farmer Network’s Grassroots Clubs are supported by the Prince’s Countryside Fund and are an innovative method of engaging farmers in knowledge transfer.
The Westmorland Dales Hidden Landscapes Partnership Scheme aims to reveal the hidden heritage of this new extension to the Yorkshire Dales National Park.
Following the flooding from Storm Desmond in December 2015, the Farmer Network applied to the Countryside Stewardship Facilitation Fund to operate 3 farmer/landowner groups.
A small study to find out the level of interest in setting up farmer networks in The North York Moors and Northumberland.