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Hope Farm Webinar series – Agroforestry
Register for free to hear from a range of speakers across the policy, agricultural and conservation sectors and ask the fundamental question: How can agroforestry work for the farm business, for nature, to store carbon, and improve the sustainability of agriculture

Jenny Taylor, from Lower Dairy farm on how silvo-pasture works on her livestock farm producing beef, pork, and eggs integrated with an 80+ year old walnut orchard.
Sophie Mott, RSPB Carbon Farming Project Manager, on Hope Farm’s delivery of agroforestry in an arable setting, and Hope farm’s trial on the impact of agroforestry on soil, economics and farmland biodiversity
Professor Steven Newman, is a seasoned agroforestry expert. The co-editor of the leading book on temperate agroforestry and publisher of over 70 papers on natural resources development, talking on the latest science and most interesting ideas evolving from agroforestry research
Tom Stanton, on his PhD research fresh from the University of Reading, looking at biodiversity implications of agroforestry. 

All speakers will be joined for a panel session by Helen Chesshire, the Woodland Trusts Lead Farming Advocate, and the webinar’s chair, Georgie Bray, RSPB Hope farm manager.

Mar 16, 2022 06:30 PM in London

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