NOC event programme announced

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The Organic Farmers & Growers has announced Organiser (OF&G), has announced details of the National Organic Conference (NOC) 2024 event programme.

Taking place on 2 July 2024 at Kingsclere Estates in Hampshire, the event will be chaired by award winning journalist, documentary maker and organic farmer, Sarah Dickins, the first three conference sessions focus on critical drivers in organic farming: assessing environmental impacts, quality of food production, and ensuring financial viability.

Steven Jacobs, OF&G business development manager and NOC coordinator, believes the timetable highlights the benefits an organic approach can deliver, in the context of reconciling ecological outcomes and economic profitability.

“This year’s NOC brings together speakers from across the organic community. At this time of massive upheaval requiring well considered transition strategies, it’s vital our audience benefits from pragmatic and practical solutions.

“Our speakers and panellists have a wealth of experience and expertise to share, and our host Tim May, brings all three elements to life by showcasing what’s been achieved by adopting a business focused and holistic mindset,” he says.

Speakers include independent farm consultant, Niels Corfield, Oliver Rubinstein of Trinity Ag Tech, Henny Lowth of AHDB and chair of UK Organic, Adrian Carne covering subjects from low maintenance agroecological systems, carbon benchmarking and consumer greenwashing. Delegates will be shown key developments at Kingsclere Estates on a guided farm walk.

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