If you are a farmer or land manager, you can access a range of services from the Peak District National Park Authority. This team has over 30 years' experience of helping farmers and land managers in the national park. We work closely with a range of organisations, so you can be sure that the advice you receive is up to date.
• Conservation and grants for land management - The National Park Authority's own small-scale grant scheme can help with projects that may not be suitable for the national schemes.
• Advice - The maze of rules, regulations and grant opportunities for farmers and land managers can be confusing. We offer free advice to help you find and understand what you need.
• Understand regulations and save money - You can contact us for advice on the latest rules and regulations that may apply to your land and farming practice.
• Drop-in session - Farm Advisers from the Peak District National Park Authority are available every Monday from 10am to 2pm at the Agricultural Business Centre in Bakewell.
Telephone or in person - In addition to Monday's drop-in service in Bakewell, you can contact the team of Farm Advisers at the National Park Authority for advice or longer-term support at any time.
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