Agroforestry describes farming systems that combine trees and shrubs with agricultural crops or livestock.
Agroforestry can be designed in a way that avoids potential trade-offs between food production and other public goods that occur in many modern farming systems.
Agroforestry has multiple benefits.
Research has revealed that it can:
Brexit has given us the opportunity to make changes to existing policy such as the Agriculture Bill. This is our chance to create change.
Here are our 7 recommendations to Government to encourage more trees on farms.
Agroforestry really works. Hear from real farmers and find out how they're reaping the rewards of agroforestry in the case studies below
Written for farmers and advisors this book will help you assess the potential business benefits of agroforestry for your farm or client and to understand the possible benefits to the wider environment.
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