Landscape Recovery is one of three new environmental land management schemes, as well as the Sustainable Farming Incentive and Local Nature Recovery. Through the scheme, Defra aim to put in place bespoke agreements to deliver long-term, large-scale, landscape and ecosystem recovery projects. They will be inviting bids from potential pilot projects in the autumn.
Defra are currently planning to open applications to sites between 500 to 5,000 connected hectares. Sites could be provided by any landowner or land manager, including individuals, organisations and collaborative groups.
How to sign up for a session
Please encourage your farming contacts to read the Landscape Recovery blog post to find out if the scheme is right for them, before they sign up to a session. You might also like to sign up, so that you can be better informed about the scheme.
The sessions will take place on the following days. To sign up, click the session you would like to attend:
The sessions will be the same, so please attend whichever one is most convenient for you. They will be recording the sessions, so you will be able to catch up later if you’re not able to attend.