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Go Falkland Show Scotland

GO Falkland, a one-day event featuring talks and sessions on regenerative farming, sharing knowledge from leading practitioners, soil health specialists, and farmers on the regenerative journey. This event is for farmers, small holders, growers, educators, and anyone interested in soil health.

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Go Falkland Show Scotland
Go Falkland Show Scotland

Time & Location

01 Jul 2023, 21:00 – 21:05

Falkland, The Stables, Falkland Estate, Falkland, Cupar KY15 7AF, UK

About the event

GO (Groundswell Outreach) Falkland is a one-day gathering of farmers, growers and anyone interested in food production and the environment, to learn from leading regenerative practitioners and reimagine the future of food & farming. GO Falkland is being held for the first time in Falkland, Fife. The programme is being  designed by Scottish farmers and regenerative practitioners in collaboration with  Groundswell, and will include home-grown and international speakers on topics such as soil science, agroforestry, ‘farm to fork’, food health and practical farming tips. A wee taster of signed up speakers: Anne Biklé (author of What Your Food Ate); Joel Williams (soil health educator) and Helen Browning OBE (farmer and CEO of Soil Association). Programme details and tickets will be announced in May 2023, so keep an eye on our Facebook and Instagram feeds and on this webpage for updates.

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