Farming for Wildlife Talk

Talks & Demos, Social | Nene and Welland District Branch

Wednesday 6 November 2024 at 7.00pm

Cost: £3
Non-member Cost: £5

Bookable | Deadline: 01/11/2024

Farming for wildlife is a talk by Nicholas Watts, who owns Vine House Farm in Lincolnshire. Vine House farm is a traditional arable farm in the Fens which has been passed down through the generations. Nicholas will tell us about the conservation measures he uses whilst farming in order to create and maintain a wide range of habitats and thereby encourage wildlife. He grows seed specifically for bird food and supplies direct to the public, benefiting the Wildlife Trusts with donations from his profits.

After the talk enjoy some included refreshments and try your luck in our raffle.

For further information about this event please contact:

Ms Sarah Hitchcock
01778 342006

Event location

Oddfellows Hall, 57 Church Street, Market Deeping, PE6 8AN