June farming events – Exmoor, Devon, Somerset

FROM Rural Enterprise Solutions

Events
Below is a selection of events taking place in the South West Region up to the end of June. The events are hosted by different organisations and, if you are interested in attending any of the events, please get in touch with the organisers. If you know of any events or meetings that may be of interest to others, please let RES know and they can promote it through the Rural Enterprise Solutions website; please contact RES on res@plymouth.ac.uk

Exmoor  
8th Jun Gorse and Scrub Management Workshop, Brendon 
13th Jun Inaugural meeting of the Exmoor Women’s Farming Group, Exford   
29th Jun Small Scale Micro Hydro Visit to Wales  

Devon
8th Jun Introduction to Smallholding, Okehampton 
14th Jun Email Marketing Workshop, Okehampton 
14th Jun Making it local funding workshop, Honiton
15th Jun Devon Brown Hare Workshop, Malborough 
18th Jun Introduction to Smallholding, Okehampton
23rd Jun Marketing – Food for Thought, Pitts Cleave, Tavistock   

Somerset
1st Jun Royal Bath & West Show, Shepton Mallet  
19th Jun Sustainability Show, Taunton  

West of England
1st Jun Royal Bath & West Show, Shepton Mallet 
8th Jun Organic Learning Event, Bristol   

Website of the Week    South West Poultry (Layers) and Game Birds Initiative. The South West Poultry (Layers) and Game Bird Initiative is an RDPE project delivered by Duchy College Rural Business School. It provides funding and support for training and advice events for the Egg Industry and Game Keepers in the South West.

Help for My Business & News
Sustainable Development Fund for North Devon – UPDATED     
Challenge of Rural Leadership – Outstanding course, applications invited     
SAC runs first trial of biochar for farm use
Measuring the impact of community food – Making Local Food Work  
Superfast broadband for Wiltshire, Norfolk and Devon & Somerset announced

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