Project Name
Facey’s Meadow

Business name (name of lead applicant)
Andrew Ormerod

Town (location)

Summary of proposal inc. proposed outputs
Apple Tree family biodiversity assessment ‘baby’ trial  (i.e. selected family groups of seedlings on semi dwarf rootstocks for ease  and speed of assessment). Proposal is to use the trial orchard for participatory learning, training, and research – linked to understanding about crop biodiversity, training linked agronomic assessment in relation to breeding and selection.  Project includes fencing, pond restoration and drainage works.

Proposed start date

Proposed completion date

Total Project Value (£)

Farming in Protected Landscapes Funding awarded (£)

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