A regenerative farm that wants to use the data it’s collected to demonstrate to other farmers and the public how farms can be productive, sequester carbon, be resilient to climate change, and support biodiversity.
A successful regenerative agricultural farm/wellbeing service that offers courses & consultancy to increase regenerative agriculture, through training & showcasing best practice.
Since 2015 the Apricot Centre has gathered data to demonstrate how farms can be productive, sequester carbon, be resilient to climate change, and support biodiversity.
They have data on bird, insect, worm numbers, soil health, crop yields and financial records demonstrating financial sustainability; as well as qualitative records showing the development of the farm from a bare field site.
The data now needs to be collated and consolidated and put into a report format, infographics and other formats to effectively share the learnings with different audiences.
The grant will support a part time short term member of staff with the skills and expertise to do this as well as funding for two afternoon guided tours and seminars specifically for farmers and land managers outlining the results and how they have benefited the farm – all with the aim of sharing knowledge and inspiring more people to get involved with regenerative agriculture.