Nicola Randall

Nicola Randall


Nicola Randall is an agroecologist and evidence synthesis expert. Her work centres around sustainable agriculture, and on the role of scientific evidence in underpinning agricultural and land management and policy decision making. She is particularly interested in the potential trade-offs between enhancement of the natural environment and agricultural productivity, and how these can be reduced or overcome by practical, evidence-informed agroecological approaches. Nicola is based at Harper Adams University, where she is director of the Centre for Evidence Based Agriculture. She also leads the Sustainable Agri-Food Systems Group at the University

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 […]