This award recognises an arable farmer who has addressed an issue of environmental concern within their business.
NB Project should have begun within the past three years and the nomination should reference on-going monitoring and/or impact of change.

You can enter yourself or your company, or you can put in a nomination for a company or someone you know is deserving of this award. All nominations will be judged by a panel of judges, who will review and consider all entries, with finalists announced in June and final judging will take place in July. Please note the judge's decision is final but we welcome all feedback on how we can continue to grow and develop this Awards program.
Entry tip:
Supporting evidence is crucial when listing why a nominee is worthy of this award.
NOMINATIONS CLOSE 30 MAY

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* 1. Who are you nominating for this award?

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* 2. Please enter your contact details

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* 3. Please enter the contact details of the person or company you are
nominating (if not you).

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* 4. Is the nominee aware you are nominating them for this award?
Please note nominations cannot be accepted without the nominee's agreement, you may nominate yoursef/your business.

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* 5. Describe the environmental work/project carried out by the nominee.
E.g. After identifying the environmental risk posed by ***, farmer X developed a mitigation plan which included…
100 words minimum, 250 words max.

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* 6. What benefits have emerged from this work and how are they being monitored?
100 words minimum, 250 words max.

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* 7. How does this approach benefit the overall sustainability of the farm business?
50 words minimum, 250 words max.

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* 8. Has information about this work/project been shared with other farmers or members of the grower’s community?
Yes/No
If yes, please give example.
50 words minimum, 250 words max.

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