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I love being at Open Farm Sunday as its a place where I get to meet different people and show people aroundPercy
I have a vision for climate change for years to comeBook by Elon Musk
Bees are really good pollinators and helpful to farmers because it helps to improve yields and qualityTom Staton
We have just moved the lambs to fresh grassDavid Rose
I am in the lambing shed at the moment and you will be able to hear the sheep in the backgroundDavid Rose
Woodland Walks podcast with Adam Shaw – trees on farms
Trees are making a difference both for the farm and for local communities as he aims to promote healthy food and healthy futures.David Rose
Partnership with the Woodland Trust in Examining the impacts of integrating trees into arable fields on pest control and pollination
My background is in ecology and I’ve always been fascinated by the living world, and particularly the challenge of how we can find ways to coexist with nature in an ever expanding and developing society. Following a degree in Biology and a Masters in Biological Recording and Ecological Monitoring, I worked as an ecological consultant for several years, before starting my PhD at the University of Reading. I’m now in my second year of the PhD and am enjoying discovering how agroforestry could be a profitable solution to the restoration of biodiversity on farmland.Tom Staton
Could farming with trees help to control pests and boost pollinators?
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