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.
Whenever possible, we make the webinar available via our YouTube channel to watch when suits.
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. The South West Group is the latest to schedule a farm walk.
Don't forget to check out the PFLA Events Calendar. It will give you prior knowledge of all events happening in the PFLA as well as any others we're aware of happening across the sector. You may wish to incorporate the PFLA’s event calendar into your own calendar which will then update as we add more events. And please do let us know if there is anything you would like us to list.
Saturday 26 June, 4pm - Slow Food PFLA Lecture: Why a balanced, omnivorous diet could help us save planet Earth Register here
Professor Michael Lee Deputy Vice Chancellor, Harper Adams University Professor Lee is one of the UK's leading scientists in his field, having had over 300 published research articles and papers including recent articles in Nature and Science. In this lecture, Prof Lee will speak about the science which says a balanced, omnivorous diet could help save the planet. This is the Pasture-Fed Livestock Association Slow Food Climate Action Lecture.
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
Groundswell - come and see us!
You can also hear John Meadley talking about ‘Farming on Crutches’. Over the last 12 months this small group – members of the Sierra Leone Amputee Sports Association – has established with their own hands this ten-acre farm based on permaculture and agro-ecological principles.
They now want to train others to do the same – starting with their fellow amputees, then encouraging schoolchildren before helping able-bodied farmers to move away from the chemical treadmill and engage with nature.
Find out about all the sessions here.
We have our own stand at the event, next door to 3LM and Dung Beetles for Farmers - come along and say hello and meet the team. The Cherry's have also said there will be a number of food stalls selling Pasture for Life products, from BBQ to Angus Dalton's wonderful ice cream!
Missed a webinar? Catch up by clicking the play button.
The Case for Pasture-Fed in Dairy
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?
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