On the 16th December Welsh Government released a white paper for consultation outlining how future farm payments will work in Wales after Brexit. NFFN Wales Steering Group will be holding a meeting in the new year to discuss the content. If you live and farm in Wales and would like to add anything to the meeting agenda with regards to this then please email us at email@example.com
NFFN Wales Chair, Hilary Kehoe gave evidence to the Senedd’s Climate Change, Environment and Rural Affairs Committee inquiry into Biodiversity and Rewilding. To view NFFN Cymru’s written evidence for the inquiry, please click here (then scroll down to bottom of page).
Apply to the Woodland Trust and Coed Cadw to receive 75% funding for planting more than 100m of new hedging through their MOREhedges scheme.
For anyone in the Vale of Glamorgan, the Local Nature Partnership offers small grants to support projects that deliver upon the aim of maintaining and enhancing biodiversity.
Visit https://www.biodiversitywales.org.uk/Vale-of-Glamorgan for more information and to download the application form.