Events Showcase – The rise of regen

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Download PDF Now in its fifth year, Groundswell returns to its Herts site on 23-24 June. CPM picks out some of the key features ahead of the event later this month. Groundswell offers a welcoming environment for two days of information exchange with some of the leading ‘soil caretakers’”. By Charlotte Cunningham Whether you’re practicing it itself or are just starting to get an idea of what it’s all about from Twitter musings, regenerative agriculture is a hot topic at the moment. And putting these ideas into practice is Groundswell, the regen ag show focused on no-till farming techniques and mixed farming systems – which returns to its site at Lannock Manor Farm, Herts this year, after COVID-19 stopped play last summer. For those who haven’t been to the event, Groundswell presents practical ideas on how to farm in a new environmental and political climate while regenerating your core asset – the soil – explains Alex Cherry, event director. “With over 100 exhibitors, Groundswell is an independent event featuring sessions, workshops and exhibitions from a wide range of innovative farming companies, as well as field scale direct drill demonstrations.” The overriding theme is set by the 5 Principles of Regenerative…
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