Alice is the Assistant Manager at the Allerton Project and works across all streams including the farm, research, training and partnerships. Alice has worked in the agricultural sector for a decade, predominantly with farmers as they adapt to changes, look to more environmental methods and work collaboratively. Prior to joining the Allerton Project, Alice spent seven years with LEAF, bringing stakeholders together and promoting benefits of regenerative practices and integrated farming. Alice has also worked for the Small Robot Company looking at the role of technology in the future of farming and for the Food Farming and Countryside Commission looking at land use at a landscape scale to pilot a Land Use Framework in Cambridgeshire. Alice has an MBA from Cranfield University, an MSc from Warwick University in Environmental Biosciences in a Changing Climate, a BSc from Durham University in Biology and is a Chartered Environmentalist.
In this discussion, our panel, consisting of members of the LEAF Network, discuss the importance of farmer-led, peer-to-peer networks for sharing knowledge about innovative practices that build resilience, and align with the Integrated Farm Management Principles that form the foundations of LEAF’s work. Join us, as we open the discussion to how these networks are […]
Regenerative agriculture is making headlines and building an ever-growing interest amongst a broad spectrum of farmers. This session will highlight the realities being faced by farmers looking to begin the adoption of regenerative agricultural practices or move their journey to the next step. Stories will be shared from experienced regenerative farmers on how they have […]
As a farmer or grower navigating demanding economic, environmental and technological changes, what skills do you and your employees need to make a successful transition to – or to improve in – Regenerative Agriculture? Join David Fursdon, Chair of The Institute for Agriculture and Horticulture (TIAH), the new professional body for farming and growing, and […]