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Event: Growing and producing biofibres in Yorkshire

Updated: Mar 7




Due to unforeseen circumstances this event has been postponed.

Please feel free to register and we will notify you of the new date.

Join us for an informative workshop on growing and producing biofibres, exploring the potential of low-carbon crops like hemp and flax. These crops supply fibres for construction, textiles, bioenergy, and more, contributing to Yorkshire's transition to net zero while enhancing biodiversity and soil health.

Hear from speakers in this sector and meet people with an interest in biofibres from across the supply chain to discuss challenges, the opportunities and find out how you can get involved in this programme.

Who should attend? Anyone interested in the biofibre supply chain: farmers, growers, processors, and end users.

Organised by the Biorenewables Development Centre, funded by Rural England Prosperity Fund.

Don't miss this opportunity to be part of the biofibre supply chain revolution and contribute to a sustainable, low-carbon future for Yorkshire. We welcome participants from all sectors interested in biofibres.

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