This report is a joint production between the National Farmers Network and Oxfam GB. It waswritten by Val Ponder and Ann Hindley and edited by Carol Evans and Ann Hindley. It was basedon work carried out by Janice Walton, Jo Williams and John Moseley.We would like to thank:The farming families who took part in this projectBakewell Agricultural Centre for hosting us during our surveysOxfam GB for providing training in SLA tools and ongoing support throughout the projectRachel Roland, Centre for International Development and Training, University of Wolverhampton for her valuable advice and support during the initial development of thisprojectThis pilot project was made possible by funding from:Oxfam GBBig Lottery ‘Awards for All’ fundPeak District Rural Deprivation ForumFor further details and copies of this report please contact:Val Ponder through the National Farmers Network website: http://nationalfarmersnetwork.org.ukOr by email:email@example.com
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NATIONAL FARMERS NETWORK
The National Farmers Network is a network of local family farmer groups, organisations andnetworks across England. They come together to exchange ideas and good practice. These arechallenging times for farmers and family farmers are the most likely to be affected. But we believethat by working together we can help bring about positive changes to farming livelihoods and worktowards a thriving family farming sector.