Agri-professionals are invited to join a free webinar on land management, drainage and water table control, this coming Friday, May 1 at 9.30am. The hour-long webinar will be presented by Philip O’Brien, Scientific Officer at the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and it will be moderated by a research officer at Teagasc. It is part of the Sign Post series of webinars designed to point the way to reducing emissions from agriculture.
The webinar will focus on key topics to help agri-professional better understand the research on greenhouse gas emissions and equip them with the information required to meet their clients’ needs. It is being organised by the National Rural Network (NRN) in association with Teagasc ConnectED, Dairy Sustainability Ireland and Food and Drink Ireland Skillnet.
Commenting on the purpose of the webinar, Seamus Boland Coordinator of the National Rural Network said, “Sustainability is key to reducing greenhouse gas emissions from Irish agriculture. This webinar is designed to help agri-professionals communicate the best evidence-based advice and guidance to their clients. By working together, the agricultural industry can make major steps towards reducing the environmental footprint of Irish agriculture.”
The webinar is free but registrations is required at https://bit.ly/LandManagement