Wed, 02 Aug|
Sarsden Glebe Farm Walk & QR Code Project Launch
Rupert and Amanda Ponsonby are kindly hosting a farm walk to see their dynamic mixed farm on the banks of the Sars Brook, a restored sheep wash, habitat management and launch the QR Code Project pilot.
Time & Location
02 Aug, 16:00 – 19:00
W3W ///subsystem.ramble.driveway, Sarsden Glebe, Churchill, Chipping Norton OX7 6PH, UK
About the Event
Rupert and Amanda Ponsonby are kindly hosting a farm walk at Sarsden Glebe on the evening of Wednesday 2nd August. The farm is an eager participant of Cluster activities - soil carbon baselining, supplementary feeding - and Rupert is leading on the QR Code Project pilots which we will launch at the event. The farm is towards the top of the Sars Brook, which is one of the focal tributaries of the River Evenlode and with good enthusiasm from several riparian owners towards Landscape Recovery. The Ponsonbys have restored a sheepwash, participate in the Evenlode Catchment Partnership's schemes, have some lovely meadows and restoration, tree planting, hedgerows... You name it, they're doing it!
Please note that those who have not signed a CSFF New Member Form for the Cluster should reserve a paid ticket. Many thanks.
This ticket is for Cluster Members who have completed a CSFF New Member Form (and their nominated representatives).£0.00
Followers and Friends
This ticket is for followers and friends of the Cluster, who have not signed a CSFF New Member form (or a nominated representative form).