What we do

Professional services including:

  • ELS/HLS applications and management
  • Farm Environment Plans
  • Woodland grant applications
  • Compliance checks
  • Best practice advice
  • Species surveys
  • Habitat management plans
  • Talks and guided walks
  • LEAF and produce assurance audits
  • Mapping services producing farm maps (up to A0)

About us

Farm Conservation is a not-for-profit organisation which gained charitable status in 2012. It is led by a voluntary steering group of farmers and statutory organisations, including Natural England, Norfolk County Council, Norfolk Wildlife Trust, the Norfolk Historic Environment Service and the RSPB. Membership benefits include a quarterly newsletter, bulletin updates on issues such as greening, and an invitation to two farm walks with unprecedented access to farmers and conservationists for advice and support. Enhanced membership is also available which includes a half day visit to discuss a topic of the farmer's choice. Join today by clicking here.

The FWAG Association

A number of county FWAG groups have set up across the country, and on the 6th December 2012 The National FWAG Association was launched. The organisation consists of local groups representing 15 counties across England, and Farm Conservation Limited is one of the founding members of the association. All of these groups are either not for profit or charitable companies and our shared primary objective is to Deliver expert independent advice and guidance tof armers and land managers to help them integrate best practice environmental management into their commercial farm businesses.

At a national level The FWAG Association will represent farmers views on environmental issues, and it will help promote public understanding of environmental improvements delivered by the farming community. Joe Martin (Director & Trustee of Farm Conservation) is Chair of the FWAG Assoication.