Living Legends: Caring for old trees on farms

NFFN have teamed up with the Woodland Trust to champion farmers who are protecting ancient & veteran trees on their land. If you took all the old trees growing on farms in the UK and put them in one place, you would...

Why grass is more than grass

Written by Denise Walton, Peelham Farm, Scotland Looking at your lovely green lawn right now made from mown and grown gra...

Grazing management to preserve pastures & grasslands

UK grasslands are an essential cog in ecosystem function. They lock in vast amounts of carbon, accounting for one-third of the earth’s carbon storage and two billion tonnes of carbon in UK grassland soils. Above a...

NFFN NI: Biodiversity & Carbon Auditing Project

Farming is changing – from the sole purpose of producing as much food as efficiently as possible to a new future where food production works alongside climate mitigation, biodiversity restoration, improved water quality and increased soil he...

Nature Friendly Farming Week - Hedges & Edges Webinar

There is no doubt that trees play a vital role in addressing the nature and climate crisis. Woodland, agroforestry and hedgerows can make us more resilient to climate change and create a nature-rich landscape that is beneficial to both farmland an...