Tim Pagella is a system scientist, based in Bangor University in North Wales, who specialises in agroforestry systems and agroecology. His research focuses on the role agroforestry plays in delivering both public goods and broader food security. Much of his research has been in partnership with World Agroforestry (ICRAF), working primarily in Africa and South East Asia. Tim enjoys working closely with farming communities and much of his initial research was exploring farmers’ local knowledge about agroforestry. He most recently contributed a chapter on silvopasture for the Agroforestry Handbook for farmers published by the Soil Association.
Does your farm woodland feel overlooked or perhaps an underutilised resource? In this session we will discuss opportunities for UK farm woodland owners. There will be introductory session to help set the scene both for the UK and with an academic and international dimension, to see what we might learn about integrated farm-scale forestry from […]