Communications

Delivering Our Message



Here at Southern Streams, we have a fantastic opportunity to communicate our enthusiasm for farming, wildlife and the environment to the wider public.

We are aiming to use a variety of media to tell people about our aims, our actions and our achievements. To keep in touch with us and find out what’s happening in the Southern Streams area, visit our regularly updated website. There will be regular blogs, video clips and news items to keep you informed. Follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.

We would like to tell you about what we are doing and why we do it, and events like Open Farm Sunday will provide an opportunity for you to learn more about we do. Sadly cancelled in 2020 due to Covid, we hope Open Farm Sunday will happen in 2021 and look forward to seeing you there.

Some of our organised farm walks and events (actual and virtual) will be open for non-members to join, so find out more on the events page.

A series of notice boards are planned to show people who are visiting the Southern Streams area just what they are looking at, and what trees, flowers, wildlife and other things to look out for.


Find Out More:

  1. http://www.nutrientmanagement.org/2-nutrient-management-plan/
  2. http://adlib.everysite.co.uk/adlib/defra/content.aspx?id=000HK277ZX.0HCH4QAE8AM4NWS
  3. https://riverthame.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/Managing_livestock.pdf
  4. https://voluntaryinitiative.org.uk/media/2149/catchment-sensitive-farming-guide-biofilter-11-january-2018.pdf
  5. http://assets.wwf.org.uk/downloads/wwf_chalkstreamreport_jan15_forweb.pdf?_ga=1.44823268.1991529649.1444910634
  6. http://adlib.everysite.co.uk/adlib/defra/content.aspx?id=000HK277ZX.0HAWH1NTOT8B1WF
  7. https://farmwildlife.info/how-to-do-it-5/field-boundaries/grass-margins-as-buffer-strips/