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Thu, 26 Oct



Farming 2050

Join us for an evening with Benedict Macdonald and Nick Gates. There will be a screening of Save Our Wild Isles: Hungry for Change, followed by a talk about their vision for the Future of Farming 2050.

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Farming 2050
Farming 2050

Time & Location

26 Oct 2023, 18:30 – 20:30

FarmED, Station Rd, Shipton-under-Wychwood, Chipping Norton, OX7 6BJ

About the Event

What will farms need to look like and how will they need to adapt to survive the inevitable consequences of a rapidly changing climate in an increasingly unpredictable market?

We are delighted to invite Nick Gates and Benedict Macdonald to FarmED for a screening of Save Our Wild Isles: Hungry for Change, followed by a talk about their vision for the future of farming Farming 2050.  The evening will incorporate regenerative examples from around the country, looking at biodiversity, soil and mycorrhizal recovery, carbon sequestration and water strategy. They will also touch on ELMs, natural capital, carbon and nutrient markets. There will be plenty of time for questions and discussion, and we hope you will leave feeling hopeful for the future. 

Nick Gates is a naturalist, producer, director and author. As well as being a producer/director on BBC Wild Isles, Nick also directed the #SaveOurWildIsles 'Hungry for Change' film about our food and farming system. He is a campaigner for land use that works better for nature and people and is passionate about overcoming nature illiteracy by getting nature into our National Curriculum.

Benedict Macdonald is a lifelong naturalist and author, who, after a successful career as a television director for shows such as David Attenborough’s Our Planet, is now the CEO of Restored Land Ltd, where he works to help landowners restore land to nature, whether in the wilder or farmed environment.  His first book, Rebirding, was the inaugural winner of the Wainwright Prize for Global Conservation, and has helped many farmers on their own journeys of ecological restoration on their land.

Nick and Benedict co-authored the award winning book "Orchard - A Year In England's Eden".

If you would like to eat beforehand we will be serving homemade pizza and salads from the Kitchen Garden from 5.30pm, please see the ticket options below.

North East Cotswolds Farmer Cluster

We can offer discounted tickets to NECFC members, please email for a discount code.

The Save Our Wild Isles: Hungry for Change film is free to view, the ticket price is to cover the costs of the rest of the event.

We like to take photos and occasionally videos of our events to use on our website and social media, please let us know if you do not want to be photographed.


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