NSA Breakfast Club - One piece of the global puzzle: the lowdown on what COP26 means for UK sheep farming
- 3rd November 2021
As the COP26 conference is in full swing, we will look at what the outcomes of the conference will mean for UK sheep farming
NSA Breakfast Club
- 1st December 2021
More details to be announced
As the UK has been on lockdown due to the Covid-19 pandemic many organisations, including the NSA have offered support and training through online platforms such as webinars, virtual events and podcasts.
Please find below NSA's most recent webinars featuring industry partners and experts. We hope you find the content of value.
As a charitable, membership organisation NSA strives to deliver up to date useful information to support and aid the development of its members' sheep farming enterprises. If you are not an NSA member we would encourage you to consider an annual subscription to NSA to support our important work as the voice for the UK sheep sector. Membership, of course, also delivers a whole host of benefits to the sheep farmer, including our popular members only magazine. Find out more at www.nationalsheep.org.uk/membership.
In addition to those featured below, NSA also partnered with The Moredun Institue and Elanco to deliver a webinar on sustainable parasite control back in July 2020. This webinar was recorded by Elanco and features on their own website here.
NSA Breakfast Club - Forgotten faces: Recognising rural culture within the climate debate
Remembering the past traditions upon which our rural culture is based, recognising the rich culture existing now and acknowledging the needs of future generations were key messages delivered by October’s NSA Breakfast Club webinar. The picture painted by speakers Nick Fenwick (FUW), Alana Black (RYP) & Sarah Palmer (NFYFC) stimulated plenty of questions and fuelled a wide-ranging debate which further underlined the key message of how sustainability should not be seen through a single lens.
NSA Breakfast Club - Is shabby the new chic? An exploration of nature recovery on sheep farms
To kick of NSA's countdown to COP26, this webinar focuses on how nature recovery can be implemented on sheep farms. Hear from three different sheep farmers accross the UK on their experiences of implementing nature recovery strategies, and get inspiration for taking action on your own farm.
NSA Breakfast Club - The farmer's role: a morning discussion to inspire support for Love Lamb Week
This Breakfast Club welcomes you to a discussion on how the farming community can support the public facing work of the UK levy boards during the annual Love Lamb week campaign (running from 1st - 7th September).
NSA Breakfast Club - Riding a wave: a morning analysis of current domestic and international lamb trade
The NSA Breakfast Club webinar on the 7th July provided one of the largest audiences this year with an insightful update on both the domestic and international lamb trade since the turn of the year, and allowed for encouraging discussion on what the future might hold and how the industry can rise to meet the market needs.
'Til we meet again: an update from the Sheep Northern Ireland team
Join NSA in this webinar for a tour of the Sheep Northern Ireland host farm. The event is sadly postponed to 2023 due to Covid-19 restrictions, but this webinar will get you excited for returning to the event when possible!
NSA Scottish Region - Lynx in Scotland
This webinar was targeted at NSA Scottish Region members and wider Scottish sheep farmers and crofters to gain information on Lynx in general, why reintroduction is being discussed, the study currently being carried out in the Cairngorms National Park, and to enquire further on matters relating to Lynx. It was also an opportunity for attendees to share their views and concerns which will be included in a report delivered to the project partners (Trees for Life and Scotland: The Big Picture) by Vincent Wildlife Trust (February 2022).