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The agroforestry show

Agroforestry has the power to improve biodiversity and soil health, cut carbon emissions and produce healthy nutritious food and sustainable timber.

Do you want to create resilient and productive farm and food systems?

​Then this show is for you. The Agroforestry Show is the first of its kind aimed at bringing together farmers, foresters, tree surgeons, growers, graziers, advisors, funders, food businesses and agroforesters!

Learn to see the wood for the trees through two days of:

  • Inspiring workshops and talks
  • Farmer and forester-led discussions
  • Agroforestry farm walks
  • Field demonstrations
  • Exhibitions and market stalls



Two-day tickets are now available for The Agroforestry Show and are offered on a sliding scale to make this event as accessible as possible.

Single day tickets will become available when the event program is launched.

​A limited number of bursary funded places are also available for those who require additional support to attend the event. Please get in touch for more information.



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The Farming and Land Use Team at the Soil Association have a specialist knowledge of all UK agricultural sectors as well as in depth understanding of organic and agroecological food production systems. Our goal is to support organic and non-organic farmers alike to transition towards more sustainable practices.

The Department for Environment Food & Rural Affairs.

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. 

The Farm Carbon Toolkit was created by farmers for farmers. For over a decade, we’ve worked to further the understanding of greenhouse gas emissions in agriculture. We provide tools and services to measure impact and run projects with farmers that inspire action on the ground. Our vision is a farming sector that minimises its carbon emissions and maximises its carbon sequestration, whilst producing quality food and a wide range of public goods, all produced by resilient and profitable farm businesses. Some people call this vision a regenerative farming future.