Liz Tree

Liz Tree


Liz is a final year BSc Agriculture student at Harper Adams University and is currently completing her dissertation research into ethnic diversity and inclusivity within the food supply chain.

Coming from South London with no prior connections to farming, Liz has now gained experience with sheep, pigs, poultry and fresh produce. A member of the WCB young butchers club, Liz gained scholarships from the British Poultry Council, the Staffordshire and Birmingham Agricultural Society and a bursary from the Butchers’ and Drovers’ Charitable Institute.

As a previous Groundswell attendee, Liz believes the future should involve blending arable and livestock promoting biodiversity.

Removing Barriers for Young People in Farming

NIAB Seminar Tent

Farming is in decline across UK and Ireland, with an ageing farming community and lack of new entrants contributing to this and The Prince’s Countryside Fund has committed to supporting succession, progression, and new entrants into farming. This session will discuss the findings of our recent research project looking at barriers to farming for young […]