Gear up for a farming event like no other. The eagerly awaited Low Carbon Agriculture Show is just around the corner, scheduled for March 6th and 7th at NAEC Stoneleigh in Warwickshire. Dedicated to two days of learning, networking, and exploring the latest sustainable farming practices for farmers, landowners, and industry enthusiasts committed to combating climate change.

Rachel Lewis, Head of Events Marketing at Low Carbon Agriculture, highlights two must-attend seminars:

  1. Nurturing Nature (Energy and Business Theatre)

    Delve into the ways farmers actively nurture wildlife and restore the environment. This seminar, supported by Environment Bank, features insights from experts such as Anthony Curwen, Ian Jelley, Jon Dearsley, and Rory Hodgson, providing a deep dive into nature-friendly farming.

  2. Mastering Waste (Energy and Business Theatre)

    Explore the intricate world of waste management in agriculture, covering disposal methods and alternative uses. Led by Tina Benfield, this seminar boasts speakers like Eoin Sharkey, Dr. Gesa Reiss, Richard Reynolds, and Dr. Lloyd Glanville, shedding light on innovative waste solutions.

The Low Carbon Agriculture Show proudly presents speakers with diverse perspectives, including Farmers Guardian editor Olivia Midgley, NIAB head of farming systems ELizabeth Stockdale, and CLA chief land use policy adviser Susan Twining, offering a comprehensive view of sustainable farming.

Beyond the wealth of knowledge, the event is a hub for networking and collaboration. Connect with fellow farmers, gain insights, and stay abreast of the latest advancements in energy storage, conservation, and usage. Explore the newest farm tech, interact with suppliers, and even test the latest low-emission vehicles.

Discover how these vehicles contribute not only to sustainability but also prove to be cost-effective in the long run. As the industry evolves rapidly, staying at the forefront of sustainable agriculture means embracing the latest innovations available.

Learn the art of passing on a business that’s not just sustainable but future proofed. The next generation deserves nothing less, and the Low Carbon Agriculture Show is committed to providing insights and guidance for creating a profitable and sustainable future for agricultural and rural communities.

Cheryl Waterman, Head of Content for Agriconnect, shares her thoughts:
“Crafting the conference program for the Low Carbon Agriculture Show has been a gratifying experience. We’ve designed an agenda that empowers farmers to tackle challenges and meet net-zero targets, ensuring a forward-thinking approach.”

But that’s not all – the event boasts a diverse range of exhibitors, showcasing the latest technologies and solutions in the sustainable farming landscape. From energy-efficient equipment to innovative agricultural practices, the exhibitors add an extra layer to the immersive experience at the Low Carbon Agriculture Show 2024.

The Low Carbon Agriculture Show 2024 is set to be a groundbreaking event, propelling the agricultural industry towards a greener, more resilient future.