Demonstrating Farming in Protected Landscape Projects

Showcasing some of the Projects being funded by Farming in Protected Landscapes
Well Vale Country Ride

  Well Vale Country Ride

  Lincolnshire Wolds Farmer Cluster Group

  Country Trust at Claxby Grange

 

Farming in Protected Landscapes Programme

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Business name (name of lead applicant)

Town

FiPL grant awarded

Total Project Cost

Project start date

Project end date

Project description

Willoughby Farms Ltd

Alford

£6,834

£17,085

1st February 2022

31st March 2022

Further enhance the enjoyment of riders and carriage drivers using Well Vale Country Ride, and to increase the number of users and the frequency of use by providing additional parking, a new water crossing and alternative routes, along with enhanced signage including interpretive signs.

J Wharton (Agriculture) Ltd

Swaby

£9,916

£25,186

1st February 2022

30th April 2022

Purchase of Drone and associated hardware/software for variable rate nitrogen application

Ashfield Farmed Environment Services Ltd

Newark

£18,496

£23,120

1st June 2022

31st March 2024

Build on the successes of the Lincs Wolds Facilitation Fund Group by offering more targeted advice to farmer members and enable them to utilise the training received so far in improved agri-environment delivery and in meeting the objectives of the Lincolnshire Wolds AONB Priorities.

Wold Newton Farms

Wold Newton

£45,146

£45,146

1st August 2022

31st March 2024

Provide all-terrain vehicles to enable access to the Wold Newton Farm area for people with limited mobility, address barriers to public participation in the local landscape, promote the project to the local community and support them to welcome and nurture new visitor opportunities

J G Fisher Ltd

Hatcliffe

£2,376

£2,376

1st April 2022

31st March 2024

Enable the delivery and practice of regenerative farming by the propagation and then application of biological materials for use as seed dressings and promote plant growth in place of conventional, inorganic fertilisers and pesticides and offset artificial fertiliser and pesticide usage.

J G Fisher Ltd

Hatcliffe

£4,466

£4,466

1st April 2022

31st March 2024

Successfully grow and harvest Companion Crops alongside Cash Crops to give diversity of arable cropping and promote soil health and regenerative agricultural practices.  The project will use “knife blockers” for the combine harvester which are unique specialist attachments allowing the harvesting of cash crops without damaging the companion crops grown alongside.

The Country Trust

Claxby

£9,645

£9,645

1st May 2022

30th November 2023

Educational farm visits for disadvantaged children with The Country Trust to provide inspiring, hands-on day visits to Claxby Grange Farm for children from disadvantaged communities from North East Lincolnshire.