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In the first episode of season 3, Edward Venmore is joined by Julia Pound, Associate Director and head of Natural Capital Services at Savills, to discuss the relevance and potential benefits and pitfalls of natural capital for farmers.
Date Wednesday, 2 November 2022
The Farms, Estates and Rural Land team at Foot Anstey bring you the first episode in season 3 of the firm's popular podcast series which provides insights and practical advice on important issues for agriculture and rural business.
Episode 12 explores the relevance, possible benefits and potential pitfalls of natural capital for farmers with useful insights and top tips from Foot Anstey's in-house experts and guest speaker Julia Pound.
What's in this week's podcast?
The experts on this episode start by discussing the importance of identifying and making the most of the natural capital that can be found on the farm and its relationship with the agricultural sector.
They then consider examples of the practical significance of natural capital and highlight key considerations for landowners, as well as things to bear in mind when it comes to landlord/tenant relationships.