With a high importance placed on Scotland’s water quality, how we manage land is key to protecting and improving our water resources.
Reducing diffuse pollution risks can benefit your business in a number of ways, for example making better use of nutrients in slurry and manure or an improvement in livestock health through cleaner drinking water supplies.
It can also help you to stay on the right side of the Regulations and protect farm payments, whilst protecting surrounding water quality.
Priority catchment awareness meeting; Lothian Priority Catchments – Event summary
Reducing diffuse pollution risks can help you to stay on the right side of the Regulations and protect farm payments, whilst protecting surrounding water quality. Often driven by rainfall or…read more >
Managing water on your farm – Arran: event summary
This meeting focused on improving drainage and reducing compaction in soils to improve productivity and efficiency whilst also improving water quality. A small but enthusiastic group of farmers turned out…read more >
Soils, drainage & grassland, Shetland – Event summaryJuly 17, 2018
Forth Priority Catchment Area: Doune – Event SummaryMarch 14, 2018
River Don Priority Catchment Walk – Event summaryMarch 14, 2018
Managing Diffuse Pollution in a Priority Catchment Area – KettleholmSt Mungo Village Hall read more >
Farming & Water Scotland – Aberdeen Christmas ClassicThainstone Centre read more >
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