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Hire us for your organisation, and help us to provide free workshops for individual farmers and growers around the UK


Hire us to help others

Hire us to run a workshop for your organisation and 50% of the proceeds will go straight back into Just Farmers - meaning your money will help to provide free media education workshops for individual farmers and growers around the UK.

Make Yourself Heard workshop

Hire Just Farmers for a one-day practical workshop teaching you how to communicate with confidence and tell your story with pride.

Delivered by working journalists and industry professionals, the Make Yourself Heard workshop explores the barriers to open communication by focusing on the relationship between the public and the media. Understand what the media wants through story-pitching exercises and practice being interviewed under pressure.

Aimed at anyone working in the agricultural industry looking to build confidence with public speaking.

Maximum group size: 10

Total cost: £3,000 (plus expenses)

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How would you be helping farmers?

Just Farmers provides fully-funded Media Education workshops to individual farmers and growers with the aim of building confidence and communication skills at the grassroots of British agriculture. This is at the very core of what we do.

As a registered Community Interest Company, we are entirely funded by charitable grants and sponsorship, our funders make Just Farmers possible, we simply wouldn't be here without their support and we are hugely grateful for that - but to keep our project going, we are always on the lookout for funding.

When you book a Just Farmers workshop for your organisation, half the proceeds go back to Just Farmers, which means that you are actively helping individual farmers and growers at the grassroots of our industry receive training they may otherwise struggle to afford or access.

So as well as upskilling people in your organisation, you know your money is supporting our wider goal of bridging divides and improving communication right across the agricultural world.