Farming in Protected Landscapes (FiPL): opportunities in the North of England

Join the online briefing: 11am-1pm, Wed 21 July

Farming in Protected Landscapes (FiPL) is a Defra-funded programme for farmers and land managers in Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONBs), National Parks and the Broads. The programme is now open and will run until April 2024. Join us on 21 July to find out more:

  • Hear the latest on the Agricultural Transition Plan, and how FiPL fits in
  • Learn about the FiPL mechanism and how it’s being implemented
  • Explore funding ideas with other farmers across the North of England

Defra says the FiPL will fund projects that support nature recovery, mitigate climate change impacts, encourage people to discover, enjoy and understand the landscape and its cultural heritage, and support nature-friendly sustainable farm businesses. 

We’ll be joined by speakers from Sustain, Peak District National Park Authority, Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority, Lake District National Park Authority, North Pennines AONB Partnership and the NFU. Join online briefing on 21 July

Photo: Hill Top Farm, Malham, North Yorkshire. Courtesy of Stephen Garnett

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