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Catchment Sensitive Farming

Planting even small areas of trees in the right place on farm can help reduce soil run off, buffer watercourses and capture ammonia emissions. For advice and support for grants for farmers in England to improve water and air quality and reducing flood risk, contact Catchment Sensitive Farming (CSF)


Countryside Stewardship

Grants for planting tree shelter belts to capture ammonia emissions are available to farmers in England through Countryside Stewardship via Capital Grants, Mid tier or Higher tier, alongside a range of land management options and capital grants for hedgerows, trees and soil protection:

How to apply for Countryside Stewardship

TE4: Supply and plant tree


Click here for information on how trees benefit your farm business


Further guidance on planting trees for capturing ammonia emission from farming, including free range poultry in woodland:

CSF website

Grants for farmers in England woodland creation

Inspiring woodland creation webinar

'The Case For Trees' brochure