6th July 2021 at 10.00-16.00
We continue with our event plan -
* A limit to the number who can book
* All talks & the farm walk recorded & posted online afterwards
Booking forms going out this week - first to those who are on the waiting list.
We are planning to hold the event as an in-person on-farm conference with a cap of one hundred guests which will help us be able to provide sufficient capacity to ensure everybody’s safety.
Event convenor will again be the respected broadcaster Charlotte Smith.
Proceedings will all be recorded on video.
We will be posting conference material online in the days and weeks following the event with presentations and discussions and as always the farm walk.
|OF&G's National Organic Combinable Crops 2021 is held in association with:|
|OF&G's NATIONAL ORGANIC COMBINABLE CROPS 2021 WILL RUN FROM 10.00-1600 6 JULY|
Catering will be supplied by Henrietta Inman and the team from the bakery at Wakelyns Organic Agroforestry farm.
If you would like to reserve a delegate place or a trade stand please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line NOCC21 delegate or NOCC21 trade stand.
John Pawsey speaking to one of the groups on the farm walk at OF&G's NOCC15
This year we will also be joined by Mark Russell from Carter Jonas who will be speaking on contracts and markets.
We will also hear from -
Defra's Future Farming team
and NIAB who will be on site to talk about seeds and soils.
If you want to talk to us about a project you would like to present or you have a product, a machine or device you would like us to consider demonstrating and if your business would like to look into opportunities to support and sponsor NOCC21 please contact event coordinator and OF&G business development manager, Steven Jacobs.
Last year John Pawsey became our virtual host with contributions from farmers, researchers and advisors including Mark Lea, Green Acres Farm in Shropshire, Phil Howell, NIAB, Emily Pope from the AHDB and colleagues from the Organic Research Centre, the AHDB, Clive Bailye, TWB Farms and of course our host John Pawsey and our wonderful chairperson and NOCC convenor, Charlotte Smith.