Kirsty Brannan

Kirsty Brannan


Kirsty is a Farm and Conservation Advisor for Oakbank and has worked in farm conservation for twenty years, including with organisations such as the RSPB, the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust, and the Centre for Ecology and Hydrology. Based in Oxfordshire, Kirsty is experienced in developing agri-environment agreements for arable, mixed and grassland farms that enhance their wildlife. She is involved in Catchment Sensitive Farming, Natural Flood Management and has a particular interest in planning wetland restoration projects in addition to facilitation two farmer cluster groups.

Water Management: Every Drop Counts

Old Dairy Tent

In times of climate uncertainty, Britain is facing increasing pressure on its valuable water resources. When it comes to water management; creativity and innovation are vital for a resilient, sustainable farming business. Join LEAF (Linking Environment and Farming) with a panel of LEAF Demonstration Farmers to discuss the how and why of their outstanding water […]