CaBA Agriculture Hub Aims & Objectives  The overall aim of the project is to provide a free to use online data hub that builds upon the existing Catchment Based Approach (CaBA) data package and enables farmers, retailers, CaBA partners (including water companies and NGOs) to more easily identify:

  • Sources of local, environmentally focused farm advice within a specific area.
  • Key environmental issues.
  • Range of different related initiatives and projects such as facilitation groups, Woodland Trust priority areas and Wildlife Trust priority catchments, NT Riverlands’ projects, Courtauld 2025 pilot areas and funding opportunities

We are pleased to say that we are now in a position to offer you the opportunity to register on the Ag Hub as part of the pilot rollout, so you can start to add details of the types of advice that you offer as well as any information about locally relevant projects, initiatives, and funding opportunities.

There will be further promotion to the Agriculture sector early this year once we have a critical mass of information advice, initiatives and funding information on the hub.

What you need to do

  1. Please register on the Ag Hub: the first thing that you will need to do is request a user name and password (Connections tab). You should then receive an email with the relevant registration details within 24 hours. If you don’t receive the email, please check your junk folder. Please note that we are still refining the registration process to make it as simple and intuitive as possible. If you don’t receive the registration email or have any other issues, contact
  2. Add the details of your farm advisers, local initiatives, and funding in the connections section. This information will then appear in the search tools.
  3. Have a look at the other sections of the hub (some of which are still in development) and provide any thoughts and ideas via the feedback section so we can continue to develop and improve it.

The CaBA Agriculture Hub summary

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