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.
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 […]