Hedge Assessment Workshop AM

16oct9:00 am12:30 pmHedge Assessment Workshop AMWednesday 16 Oct 9:00

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Tom Murphy & Megan Gimber, People’s Trust for Endangered Species PTES

Great Park Farm, Betty Haunt Lane, NEWPORT PO30 4HR

Good hedge management practices can help to maintain the ecological, social, and economic benefits of hedgerows.

Wight Rural Hub’s Hedge Assessment workshop includes a practical demonstration of how to undertake SFI actions for hedgerows (HRW1), discussing requirements and what they aim to achieve. Our specialist speaker, Tom Murphy, will demonstrate how to undertake assessment to required standards.

This is an outdoor event, please dress appropriately.

Lunch will be provided at 12 noon, please let us know of any dietary requirements in advance.

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(Wednesday) 9:00 am - 12:30 pm


Wight Rural Hub

The Wight Rural Hub offers a free to use central resource to all Isle of Wight farmers and land managers and delivers a suite of interventions…delivered for the Island by the Island. Thanks to the support of DEFRA, through the Future Farming Resilience Fund (FFRF), we are providing an extensive range of resources to help Isle of Wight farmers & land managers navigate the Agricultural Transition. This will include: - Workshops - Seminars - 1-1 reviews - Signpost business opportunities and the availability of specialist advice and support The aim is to help Island farmers and land managers to make their businesses more resilient and to take advantage of future opportunities and funding; … turning national policy into local opportunity. We work in collaboration and partnership with Island stakeholders to add value in support of IOW farmers and land managers.01983 296244 Natural Enterprise

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