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The Low Carbon Agriculture Show returns in March 2024 for farmers and landowners. Find out why you should join the event
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The agricultural landscape is rapidly evolving, with a growing emphasis on sustainability and environmental consciousness. For those seeking to stay at the forefront of this transformation, the Low Carbon Agriculture Show is an unmissable event. Scheduled to take place at the NAEC, Stoneleigh, from 6-7 March 2024, this show promises a wealth of knowledge, insights, and networking opportunities for individuals and businesses committed to sustainable agriculture.

Here's why you should attend:

  • Innovative solutions on display: Explore diverse exhibits showcasing the latest innovations in renewable energy, precision farming, sustainable practices, and more. The exhibition has four themes: Energy Now, Energy & Business, Environmental Business, and Farm Technology. You’ll also be able to view and test drive Low Emission Vehicles.
  • Expert insights from thought leaders: Engage with industry thought leaders, experts, and influencers who will share invaluable insights into the latest trends and advancements in low-carbon agriculture. A few industry experts who will share their insights include CLA’s Joe Evans and Susan Twining; Jack Bobo, Director Food Systems Institute, University of Nottingham; Jeanette Whittaker, Principal Scientist, UK Centre for Ecology & Hydrology; Liz Bowles, Chief Executive, Farm Carbon Toolkit; Tom Heap, Farming and Environmental Journalist, BBC Countryfile; Harley Stoddart, Head of Climate Mitigation Science, DEFRA and Owen Griffith, Lead Renewable Heat Project Manager, National Trust.
  • Networking opportunities: Connect with thousands of like-minded professionals, farmers, and industry experts who share a common goal of promoting sustainable agriculture.
  • Practical takeaways: Discover practical, actionable strategies to implement on your farms and land estates. The event will teach you to transition towards a low carbon footprint, from renewable energy solutions to eco-friendly practices.
  • Policy and regulation updates: Stay informed about the latest policies, regulations, incentives and initiatives impacting the agricultural sector and how you can benefit from them.
  • Showcasing success stories: Hear directly from farmers and businesses that have successfully implemented low-carbon practices and what benefits they have gained from implementing them.

Whether you are a farmer, landowner or an industry operator committed to positively impacting the agriculture sector, attending this show is an investment in knowledge, networking, and actionable strategies.

CLA is delighted to be supporting the Low Carbon Agriculture Show and looks forward to seeing you there next month.