Sam Hurst: Water Sensitive Farming / Farming for water
August 26 @ 19:00 - 20:30
A Chalk Aquifer Alliance event, hosted by BWMG
A brief overview of how changes to our rural landscape have affected water quality and what Norfolk Rivers Trust’s Water Sensitive Farming initiative is doing to improve the region’s soils, wetlands, aquifers and rivers.
Sam Hurst is a Bury St Edmunds native who trained as a biologist and spent over 6 years at the Environment Agency, learning about the Cam Ely Ouse rivers and regulating the areas agricultural sector and water companies. Last year he joined Norfolk Rivers Trust as a Farm Advisor to focus on delivering changes that will improve the quality of water draining from our rural catchments.
Register in advance here, and joining instructions will be sent to you. All welcome.