Are you looking for ways to reduce energy use, make your farm more sustainable and save money?
Don’t miss the chance to apply for a free farm carbon audit from an independent consultant, fully funded by Herefordshire Council’s Climate Reserve. The audit will provide one-to-one support to help you understand your farm’s carbon footprint, show you how to measure your on-farm carbon emissions and identify areas to make improvements
Thirty free farm carbon audits are up for grabs thanks to the Herefordshire Climate and Nature Partnership Board.
Chair of the partnership’s Farming and Land Use working group, Steve Klenk, said: “The farming community is facing challenges from all directions at the moment and more farmers are now considering regenerative methods as a way to cut costs, open up new markets for produce and improve resilience. I would really encourage local farmers to take advantage of the opportunity of a free carbon audit – it’s an important step on the road towards greener farming and a great chance to get some free expert advice tailored specifically for your farm.”
The first stage of the audits will take place between January and June 2023 with a follow-up audit between January and June 2026.
Farms are invited to submit an expression of interest – deadline extended to Friday 13th January 2023, so don’t delay – apply now!
For more information about greener farming and how it could benefit your farm, download our free guide