The Future Farming Resilience Fund

The Future Farming Resilience Fund

The UK leaving the EU means no longer being part of the EU’s Common Agricultural Policy.


For this reason, the Government has set out plans for a seven-year agricultural transition to the new system which will reward farmers for environmental improvements alongside food production on their land.


One of the new schemes, labelled The Future Farming Resilience Fund, has been developed to provide business support to farmers and land managers to help them through the changes taking effect during this period.


The fund aims to deliver direct benefits to farmers and land managers. This will enable them to understand the changes that are happening because of the Agricultural Transition and identify how and when they may need to adapt their business model.
The funding will provide access to tailored support that can deliver this advice.




£10.7 million of funding has been awarded to nineteen organisations to support farmers and land managers who are in receipt of Basic Payment Scheme (BPS) payments.
The organisation used will depend on their specialty and/or their location.



Applying and eligibility

The support will be available, free of charge, from August this year through to March 2022.

Any farmer or land manager currently in receipt of BPS is eligible to apply.


The Government is urging farmers to sign up to the scheme and we recommend getting in contact with organisations early to avoid missing out on this phase. There are plans for a further phase of support too which will be available from 2022.



We have listed below the 19 organisations that have been granted funding that you can contact depending on your location.
Please Note: We have * those we would recommend contacting for those in Yorkshire and The Humber.



Brown & Co *

Bury Beet Group

Ceres Rural LLP

Devon County Council

DJM Consulting

JH Agri Consultancy *

Kite Consulting *

Landworkers Alliance

Laurence Gould Partnership

M B Hodgson & Son Limited *

Natural Enterprise


Promar International

Ricardo-AEA Ltd

RSK ADAS Limited


The Prince’s Countryside Fund *