National Trust boosts farm potential
By FWi staff
THE National Trust – which has 1100 tenants on 142,692ha (360,000 acres) – has allocated 500,000 for schemes to boost the economic potential of its farms.
The money is part of a 1.1 million injection to boost rural communities. It comes less than a year after the trust gave 600,000 for similar projects.
Peter Nixon, the trusts director of estates, said: “Many of our tenant farmers, especially those with livestock in up-land areas, face real financial difficulties.
“This package will help out farm tenants address these difficulties and to plan a long term sustainable future.”
- National Trust helps tenants, FWi, 23 April, 1999
- National Trust grants 400,000 farm aid, FWi, 02 February, 1999