Sustainability, water management and environmental schemes will be the key topics discussed during the 2023 Autumn Farming Conference at Wherstead Park, Ipswich on Tuesday 10 October.
Aimed at farmers, growers, landowners and the wider agricultural sector, the CLA are pleased to announce the conference will return again this year. The event is being organised in partnership with Larking Gowen Chartered Accountants and Business Advisors.
In the light of last year’s extreme drought and the last major water infrastructure in England being some 30 years ago, water management and how to make best use of this increasingly precious resource will be a key focus of this year’s Autumn Farming Conference. It will also be the focus of an interactive panel discussion hosted by specialists in this sector.
The organisers are currently finalising the line-up of sponsors and speakers, a full list of which will be announced nearer to the event, but already many individuals, businesses and organisations have committed their support.
Headline sponsors for the 2023 Autumn Farming Conference are Oxbury Bank and CLA Energy. Oxbury is the only UK bank dedicated to British agriculture and the only one with a singular focus on the rural economy. CLA Energy Services offers expert energy advice, free energy health checks, invoice validation and management of siteworks to CLA members. Charity partners for the Autumn Farming Conference are YANA (You Are Not Alone) and Yellow Wellies, all profit from the event going to these much-admired organisations
Further details of the speakers will be released on the Autumn Farming Conference page here
Tickets can be purchased via Eventbrite by clicking on the following link. The full ticket price is £25 and CLA members receive a 25% discount. Simply enter CLA25 when booking tickets.
The event on Tuesday 10 October 2023 will start at 09.15 with arrival/registration and conclude at 15.30.