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Agricology Field Day

Mixing it up: Leys, livestock and life in the soil

4 January 2018
Oxford Real Farming Conference 2018

Oxford Town Hall 4th & 5th January.



11 December 2017
Soil Farmer of the Year competition

Entries open for 2018

15 November 2017
Organic can feed the world but need changes to food system

Strategies for feeding the world more sustainably with organic agriculture



7 December 2017
Intercropping opportunities

Farmers invited to take part in diverse cropping project to increase yields

Funds to plant trees

Category: News
14 May 2013

The Woodland Trust, Organic Research Centre and Soil Association have joined with PUR Project, a global company working with Accor Hotels to plant 200,000 trees on UK farms.

Through this exciting partnership, farmers are being offered:


Edward and Henry Heath, tree planting on their farm in Essex. Credit WTPL.
  • a free whole-farm tree assessment
  • expertly-designed planting scheme(s) tailored for you
  • advice on tree planting, maintenance and management
  • free trees and guards
  • (some schemes may require a contribution)

This includes support to plant shelter belts, riparian strips, pasture trees, woodland or to develop agroforestry schemes. Interest from organic and non-organic farms is welcomed. For more information, see the Woodland Trust leaflet.

Keywords: trees on farms agroforestry woodland trust grants

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