Jennifer Dodsworth

Jennifer Dodsworth


Jennifer is a social science researcher, based in the School of Geography and Environment at the University of Oxford, working on farmer perceptions and experiences of agri-environment schemes (AES). She works on a Defra-funded project delivering co-design support for the development of England’s new Environmental Land Management Schemes. Her research focuses on participatory approaches which centre farmer knowledges as key in successful AES. Jennifer also works in the Environment and Sustainability Institute at the University of Exeter on Nature Recovery and Regional Development. She is extremely passionate about upland farming and has her own small flock of Herdwick sheep.

Regenerative Agriculture: What’s the Evidence?

Soil Tent

Bringing together ecological experts from Rothamsted Research and the British Ecological Society (BES), this session will discuss and evaluate the most up-to-date scientific evidence for regenerative agriculture. The panel will look at the effectiveness of the principles in achieving the desired outcomes, will highlight the gaps for future research and the opportunities for experimentation and […]