Neil Fuller

Neil Fuller

2023

Neil studied soil science at Newcastle University, where he graduated with a B.Sc. (Hons) in Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, with post-grad studies majoring in crop ecology, eco-system modelling and soil microbiology. He started a farm consultancy in 1986 that has been actively engaged on farming, food and nutrition projects around the world. Neil’s involvement with agricultural soil carbon featured in the finals of the COP26 Climate Challenge Cup and he is technical lead on the Good Soil Guide, an online reference and knowledge-sharing platform for farmers sponsored by Yorkshire Water, which currently has subscribers in over forty countries.

Soil Safari

Safari Tent

Take a stroll through the soil at a microscopic level and see how the world beneath our feet reflects the way we farm. Identify issues with soil structure and see how plant-microbe interactions build a stable, healthy foundation for our crops and livestock. Witness the incredible power of earthworms and get up-close with the life […]

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Farming, Food and Climate Change – Can we Eat Our Way to a Brighter Future?

Soil Tent

Around one third of all Green House Gas emissions are associated with farming and food production. The way we grow, and consume, food generates a significant carbon liability that challenges the pressing global requirements of sustainability, resilience, environmental integrity and food security. The transition to Regenerative Agriculture provides modern farming with an exceptional opportunity to […]

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Soil Safari

Safari Tent

Take a stroll through the soil at a microscopic level and see how the world beneath our feet reflects the way we farm. Identify issues with soil structure and see how plant-microbe interactions build a stable, healthy foundation for our crops and livestock. Witness the incredible power of earthworms and get up-close with the life […]

Safari
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