ASE Biodiversity Site Visit
A farm visit to see how biodiversity can be improved through careful management alongside best practice farming techniques.
Improving biodiversity and demonstrating best practice farming techniques are key objectives at Rawcliffe Bridge, BASF has partnered the farm since 2002 to implement practical wildlife enhancing and monitoring measures. It demonstrates a “whole-farm” sustainable balance between safe intensive farming and effective wildlife management.
This site visit, courtesy of BASF, is open to all with an interest in biodiversity, but numbers are limited and so booking is essential. A cold buffet and refreshments will kindly be provided free of charge by BASF so please reserve your place at least one week in advance, so that catering staff can make the arrangements. You will need suitable clothing for the weather and the terrain.
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Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further details or see https://www.agricentre.basf.co.uk/en/Sustainability/Biodiversity/
Bank House, Rawcliffe Bridge, Goole DN14 8PP