Webinars and Events

Our webinars are frequent and diverse, from subjects such as the restoration of species-rich meadows to agroforesty and grazing strategies. We often partner with other organisations who share our passion and commitment to 100% pasture-fed farming, regenerative agriculture and the role of livestock within it.

From resilience tool kits, to one-to-one support and mentoring to farmer-to-farmer webinars, we aim to help farmers and land managers prepare for the Agriculture Transition.

Mob Grazing Webinar Principles & Practice (1 of 2)

Friday 19th November 6pm - 7.30pm

Mob grazing webinar Mob grazing webinar

Production systems that build carbon stocks held in grasslands are rapidly growing in importance and interest with the ongoing urgent focus on climate action. Mob Grazing is one such system.

There is renewed interest in this system of using extended grazing intervals to build up herbage mass part of which is grazed, due to the potential for the remainder to be incorporated into the soil to increase soil carbon. Can this system deliver productivity, improve soil quality and store carbon?

The first webinar on 19th November will focus on both past evidence of modifying grazing intervals and more recent research results. Organised by Stapledon Memorial Trust, BSAS and BGS, join an excellent panel of speakers on both webinars (second one is 26th November).

Register here

 

Free webinars to help farmers build resilience

We will encourage and support the integration of resilience into all aspects of farming systems; looking at agroecological land-management, shortening supply chains, and resilient financial practices.

In collaboration with our partners the Landworkers Alliance and Organic Research Centre. All free.

Sign up here

 

Missed any of our webinars? Available via our YouTube channel on demand

Or take a look at our PFLA Events Calendar, not just ours, but lots of relevant events.

We have Regional Groups in most areas, and as well as meetings face to face and online, we're starting farm walks again.

Monthly Member Meet-Up

Join our monthly Zoom session for any members wanting to meet up and chew the cud. Bring your own questions and see what the combined knowledge in the room can do for you. Previous topics have been anything from farming to butchery, as well as dairy. Hosted by team members Nikki Yoxall + Charlotte Wheeler. Register here

Missed a webinar? Catch up by clicking the play button.

Tall Grass Grazing

Interested in stockpiling grass for winter? Tall Grass Grazing' webinar with Rib Harvard, farmer and ecologist from Worcestershire. It'll give you confidence to manage your grazing platform with a taller sward.

Bale Grazing

All you ever needed to know with the wonderfully knowledgable Fidelity Weston.

Cows Eat Grass Don't They?

An opportunity to hear from two excellent speakers, to consider and potentially challenge our preconceptions about what is 'natural' for livestock, the roles of 'inside' and 'outside' on farms and how that effects us as farmers and the views of consumers. Watch it here.

Catch up on our recent lecture hosted by Slow Food in the UK. Watch it here!

Tall Grass Grazing For Horses

SEEGSLIP and Pasture For Life Certification: a sustainable UK-wide system?

Bokashi Through 4 UK Case Studies in partnership with Agriton
 The first bokashi webinar is available to watch here.

On Farm Composting and Farmyard Manure

Efficiency of Production in Forage Based Dairy Systems

Bokashi - what is it, how can it benefit your farm? It's amazing and enriches any farm

Pasture Fed Beef and Dairy - Food Quality and Consumer Perceptions

Pasture cropping in the UK: is it possible?

PFLA and Plant Life talk about the role of nitrogen in species-rich meadows

Grazing strategies Q&A from winter planning to Spring drought

Dung beetles deepdive with Sally-Ann Spence

Pastured pigs with certified farmer Simon Cutter

And for more, our whole channel is right here on YouTube. 

If there's a topic you'd like us to consider for a webinar or you'd like to present at one of our webinars, get in touch with the team right here or find us on Twitter, Instagram or Facebook @PastureforLife