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The Eco-Agroforestry Network aims to bring the sustainable agroforestry approach into the mainstream of UK food, fuel, timber, and fibre production, through research, dissemination, and policy change.
Eco-agroforestry network aims
- Increase agroforestry research and development activity with the aim of improving the output of food and fuel, timber and fibre products from agroforestry systems without damaging biodiversity
- Target policy makers within the UK in order to bring about a more sympathetic policy framework that understands the need of an integrated approach to food, fuel, timber, and fibre production, whilst enhancing biodiversity on agricultural land.
- Increase dissemination of information to, and increase communication with farmers, growers and land managers in order to encourage uptake of the eco-agroforestry approach and encourage farmers to gain the most both financially and ecologically out of trees and shrubs already established on their land.
- Promote knowledge transfer and establish a platform for collaboration between: farmers and landowners, governmental organisations, businesses, and conservation bodies in order to create support for agroforestry, links throughout different supply chains, and establish a viable market for eco-agroforestry.
Eco-agroforestry network provides information on
|Eco-agroforestry farmers, growers and landowners network
|Agroforestry policy and grants
|Agroforestry farms in the UK
|Agroforestry and business
|Links to further information
The Eco-Agroforestry Network is based in the UK and was established in 2010 through the Organic-Research Centre Eco-agroforestry programme. It is supported through funding by the Ashden Trust.
Other relevant websites
- Farm Woodland Forum
- Agroforestry Research Trust
- World Agroforestry Centre
- Association for Temperate Agroforestry
- Silvopastoral Agroforestry Toolbox
- Sylva Foundation
- The Woodland Trust
- Forestry Commission
- Royal Horticultural Society
- Institute of Chartered Foresters
- SAFE : Silvoarable Agroforestry For Europe
- Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board (AHDB)