The Irish Natura and Hill Farmers Association (INHFA) has challenged the dissemination of false propaganda suggesting that the Nature Restoration
Established in 2015 to represent farmers on High Nature Value, hill and designated land.
The Irish Natura & Hill Farmers Association (INHFA) is working tirelessly to ensure the viability of the family farm and the farming way of life that has developed on High Nature Value and Hill type land. The Organisation works to ensure farming communities are valued both for their agricultural output and the positive benefits our way of farming provides to biodiversity and ecosystem services and animal welfare.
Pictured at INHFA AGM 2023, Minister McConalogue listens to members’ concerns about the challenges farmers are facing and the effect delayed payments will have on their livelihood.
INHFA Delegates attend a meeting with Minister Noonan to discuss the EU Nature Restoration Law and the serious implications it will have on traditional farming practices if implemented in its current format. The INHFA is working tirelessly to amend some articles within this law that will be less restrictive on our family farms