Farmers and industry leaders and stakeholders set to tackle ‘Greener and Leaner’ together at East of England Farming Conference in two weeks
Over 200 farmers, landowners, and industry leaders and stakeholders are set to return to the East of England Farming Conference on Thursday 17th November at the East of England Showground, Peterborough.
With this year’s Conference themed: ‘Greener and Leaner – growing resilience in a changing landscape’, delegates can expect a jam-packed day with industry experts and stakeholders leading the discussion and learnings about the challenges facing the farming, horticultural and agri-food industries in the current climate.
Tickets are priced at £95 (including vat) and include a hot lunch and refreshments throughout the day, a goody bag featuring items and gifts from sponsors, and numerous networking opportunities with the speakers, sponsors, trade stands and fellow delegates.
The East of England Farming Conference chairman, Tom Martin, said: “The Conference is supported by an industry-leading selection of speakers, sponsors, and influential farming peers, meaning that the opportunities to really engage with and begin to think about solutions to the challenges facing farmers are endless.”
Tom continued: “With speakers ranging from policy stakeholders including Mark Tufnell, President of the Country Land & Business Association, to regenerative farmer, Rick Clark, from Warren County, Indiana, the breadth of expertise and experience in the room makes for an exciting line-up that we think farmers will really get engaged with.”
To view the full schedule, find out more about the East of England Farming Conference speakers and sponsors, and book your seat at the table, please visit www.eoefarmingconference.co.uk