The Agroforestry Show is organised by
For over 75 years, the Soil Association has worked with everyone to transform the way we eat, farm, and care for our natural world.
Their vision is regeneration – a world with good health, in balance with nature, and a safe climate.
The farming team offer a range of support through facilitating peer to peer learning networks, farm walks and technical advice.
Their website provides a range of inspiring resources on agroforestry, including videos, case studies and a digital e-learning course.
The Woodland Trust are the UK's largest woodland conservation charity.
Their vision is a world where woods and trees thrive for people and nature.
Since 2013, the Woodland Trust's Trees for your Farm scheme has provided advice and funding support to help farmers set up agroforestry systems. Funded by the corporate sector, they’ve helped create over 240 schemes and raised the profile of agroforestry.
Edd works with farmers, foresters, and funders to design effective agroforestry systems.
With a decade of experience working to bring about food system change, Edd works as an independent consultant, facilitator, and educator to build movements and inspire individuals to create farm and food systems that nourish people and the planet.
Farm Host & Catering
Helen Browning’s family has farmed at Eastbrook Farm in Wiltshire for over 67 years and they have been organic since 1986.
Their philosophy is to grow the best quality crops and animals, improve the landscape and soil, and create interesting, fun and satisfying jobs whilst making space for nature too.