Wilding the Landscape - Ways to Build a Productive & Biodiverse Countryside

Location: Broughton Water Buffalo, Manor Farm, North End, Broughton, Near Stockbridge, Hampshire, SO20 8AN
A programme of Farm Walks & Talks, BBQ and Panel Discussion.

Event details

Date

Time
3.45pm - 9pm
A static map of Wilding the Landscape - Ways to Build a Productive & Biodiverse Countryside

About the event

Isabella Tree, award-winning author of ‘Wilding’, will tell the story of rewilding Knepp Estate, followed by a debate chaired by BBC Radio 4's John Humphrys. Joining the stage will be our Principal Farm Advisor Alison Cross and two local farmers, Dagan James, owner of Broughton Water Buffalo and Craig Livingstone, who manages a neighbouring farm.

Tickets and full details are available from: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/wilding-the-landscape-ways-to-build-a-productive-biodiverse-countryside-tickets-63448516220

Booking

Price

£25 to include farm walks, Buffalo BBQ and a glass of wine/soft drink.

Additional booking information

Students can apply for a discounted ticket via the email address. Limited numbers will be available.

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Facilities

Cafe/refreshments