Fenland SOIL is a not for profit members organisation with farmers at its core, dedicated to tackling climate issues relating to agriculture and peat in the Fens. Find out how you can get involved.
To become a member of the Farmer’s Dialogue Group as a farming member you should be a farmer or grower with business operations based in the East Anglian Fens, including the Cambridgeshire, Lincolnshire, Norfolk and Suffolk Fens. Applicants who farm in other Lowland Agricultural Peatlands across the UK, including but not limited to the Norfolk Broads, Somerset Levels, Isle of Axholme and Humberhead Levels will also be welcome but must note that whilst research will overlap and may likely be useful and interesting for those located outside of East Anglia, the focus of this group is the East Anglian Fens.
The Farmer’s Dialogue Group operates a banded annual payment scheme, with the payment being determined as the area your business actively farms. For full details download the Membership Application below.
To become a member of the Farmer’s Dialogue Group as a corporate member you should be a part of the agricultural supply chain, food production chain and associated industry or otherwise have an interest in reducing greenhouse gas emissions, enhancing biodiversity and land use change as well as agri-tech and sustainable farming. This includes but is not limited to services, suppliers and customers or retailers. To join the Fenland Farmers Dialogue Group as a corporate member please get in touch with our team to discuss your membership package.
For membership enquiries please contact Fenland SOIL Administration:
As a corporate body heavily involved with or dependent on the Fens agricultural industry we would like to offer you the opportunity to get involved with a historic stage in Fenland agricultural history. In order to continue our vital work we urgently need funds to go towards research, equipment, staffing and training.
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