The Farming Recovery Fund provides money in emergency situations to help farmers whose agricultural land has been affected by flooding - the scheme is now closed for applications.
The Farming Recovery Fund is now closed for applications.
What is the Farming Recovery Fund?
The Farming Recovery Fund provides money to help farmers whose agricultural land has been affected by flooding. The money will go towards the costs of restoring their land to productivity as quickly as possible.
The money comes from the Rural Development Programme for England (RDPE) and the scheme is administered by the Rural Payments Agency (RPA) on behalf of Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra).
The pages in this collection give more information about the current Farming Recovery Fund, as well as other related information.
Apply for the Farming Recovery Fund
Forms and guidance for farmers who’ve been affected by the recent flooding.
Other related information
Press notices and other announcements related to the Farming Recovery Fund.
Find out how the fund worked in previous emergency situations