Geoffrey Newman

Geoffrey Newman


Geoff gained a BSc in Environmental Science in 1994 and completed an MSc in Environmental Rehabilitation studying soil science. Working on agri-environment schemes in Gloucestershire and Herefordshire, he quickly became interested in traditional orchards. He advised on traditional orchard silvopasture systems for 15 years and planted his own orchard 12 years ago – his own experimental plot. He is passionate about Perry Pears, making his own Perry and Cider.

His interest in the wider role of agroforestry was kindled by a session at Groundswell 3 years ago – he took up the NE agroforestry role this year.

Agroforestry – What We Have Learnt Along the Way

NIAB Seminar Tent

Come and hear about our established agroforestry systems, we have plenty of lessons learnt from our journeys ranging from 5-15 years. Plenty of food for thought. Discover the multiple benefits you could bring for your farm as we juggle food production, climate change and biodiversity loss. Is agroforestry one of the solutions for your farm? […]