Group of people on a hillside
Group of people on a hillside

press to zoom
Jenny  Walking Sheep Up Street
Jenny Walking Sheep Up Street

press to zoom
Beekeepers examining a frame of bees
Beekeepers examining a frame of bees

press to zoom
Group of people on a hillside
Group of people on a hillside

press to zoom

Events and Workshops

Please note that all the meetings will be taking place on Microsoft Teams, if you would like to take part please email to book your place and you will be sent an email invitation to the session. If you need any help with getting online or don't know how to use Teams, we can help!


Postponed- date tbc

Succession Planning

Passing on the farming operation can be an emotional and difficult process. It is one of the biggest challenges that a family in business must cope with and planning for success is essential.

Succession planning can help protect your assets, your business and your family. With the changes that lie ahead in farming, now is a good time to start those conversations and make sure you and yours are able to plan ahead for success.

This online session will be led by Christine Malseed, an Accredited Facilitator offering independent, confidential solutions to family succession planning.

FREE Natural England Mid Tier events and 1 to 1 sessions with farmers

As per previous years, NE have put on some free workshops on Mid Tier, this year the events will be online and led by FWAG SW. If you attend one of these sessions, you can then also book in for a free 1-1 session with a farm adviser to help you with your application.  To book a place, please call 01823 663074 or email quoting the event you would like to attend. Please provide your name, address, contact telephone number, email address and farm SBI and CHP numbers when booking.


Online events will take place on:


•             Tuesday 23rd March:       12pm - 1:30pm

•             Tuesday 6th April:            7pm - 8:30pm

•             Wednesday 14th April:    12pm - 1:30pm

•             Thursday 6th May:           10am - 11:30am

•             Tuesday 1st June:            7pm - 8:30pm

Drop in Desk (currently unavailable)

We have a drop-in computer desk with internet access and printer available for Dartmoor farmers to use at the Dartmoor Hill Farm Project  office. In some cases we can book computer trainers to help you with a particular programme or aspect of IT that will help your farm business.  


Farmers can borrow one of our two FECPAKs (Faecal Egg Count Packs) for 3 months to see how you get on with checking the worm burden of your sheep on farm. A Payment of £30 is needed and you get the support of a farmer mentor to show you how to set it up and use it.  

Previous Events:

Below are links to recordings of events we have previously run: 

Countryside Stewardship Capital Grants 2021 (FWAG SW)

Countryside Stewardship Mid Tier 2021 (FWAG SW)

Agricultural Transition Period (Stewart Horne)

Farm Carbon Toolkit (Becky Willson)