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Thinking about agroforestry? Then we have the event for "ewe."

Join us for this opportunity to hear from agroforestry expert Stephen Briggs, Abacus Agriculture/Whitehall Farm about the basics of agroforestry systems and why and how they might work for you. You'll also hear from Roger Howison at Parkhill Farm about his hugely successful silvoarable system. 

We will discuss location, design, species choice and ongoing management to meet your objectives. We are keen to get your questions answered so what do you want to know? Just drop us an email. We will have staff from Scottish Forestry joining us who can advise on funding and where to find guidance and advice and answer any of your questions. 

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Regenerative farming looks to optimise the use of the ecological system and environment, in order to benefit from the natural ecosystem services that they provide.

Agroecology is a holistic and integrated approach that simultaneously applies ecological and social concepts and principles to the design and management of sustainable agriculture and food systems. Definition from FAO.

Agroforestry is the practice of combining agricultural crops or livestock with trees and shrubs. It is a great example of agroecology in action.  Agroforestry provides healthier soil, higher yields and vital homes for wildlife. 

Silvopasture is a practice that integrates trees with pasture for raising livestock.