26 July 2017
GREATsoils Trial Demonstration Top Fruit

Assessing the health of your soil



24 July 2017
Rise in organic sales from Welsh farms

The Organic Centre Wales 2016 producer survey report

20 July 2017
Letter to Michael Gove on Agroforestry

Government asked to support game-changing agroforestry systems



5 July 2017
Demonstrating crop resilience through agro-biodiversity

ORC brings its expertise to NOCC17

Eco-agroforestry network

The Eco-Agroforestry Network aims to bring the sustainable agroforestry approach into the mainstream of UK food, fuel, timber, and fibre production, through research, dissemination, and policy change.

Eco-agroforestry network aims

  • Increase agroforestry research and development activity with the aim of improving the output of food and fuel, timber and fibre products from agroforestry systems without damaging biodiversity
  • Target policy makers within the UK in order to bring about a more sympathetic policy framework that understands the need of an integrated approach to food, fuel, timber, and fibre production, whilst enhancing biodiversity on agricultural land.
  • Increase dissemination of information to, and increase communication with farmers, growers and land managers in order to encourage uptake of the eco-agroforestry approach and encourage farmers to gain the most both financially and ecologically out of trees and shrubs already established on their land.
  • Promote knowledge transfer and establish a platform for collaboration between: farmers and landowners, governmental organisations, businesses, and conservation bodies in order to create support for agroforestry, links throughout different supply chains, and establish a viable market for eco-agroforestry.

Eco-agroforestry network provides information on

Agroforestry systems

Eco-agroforestry farmers, growers and landowners network

Agroforestry policy and grants

Agroforestry farms in the UK

Agroforestry and business

Links to further information

About us

The Eco-Agroforestry Network is based in the UK and was established in 2010 through the Organic-Research Centre Eco-agroforestry programme. It is supported through funding by the Ashden Trust.

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