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Shelterbelts and ‘Living Barn’ Wood Pasture Mosaics

A big thank you to Rich Thomas who hosted the third event in ourĀ Meadows, Mosaics and MitigatingĀ Climate ChangeĀ spring series. We kicked off the afternoon with guest speaker Sam Hollick (Bangor University) who spoke to us about his research on shelterbelts and how they can be integrated into grassland systems to help improve livestock productivity and resilience. We then went out… Read more →

Shelterbelts and ‘Living Barn’ Wood Pasture Mosaics

This event will be of interest to anyone outwintering livestock who would like to discuss the theory and practicalities of trees and shelterbelts on farms and how these can support and enhance grasslands and grazing systems.Ā  We are delighted to be joined by Sam Hollick (Bangor University) who will discuss some of the findings from his PhD work entitled ā€˜Optimising… Read more →