Planting trees to improve economic returns
This case study follows farmers Stephen and Lynn Briggs who have integrated trees into their cereal and vegetable business. They now have the largest agroforestry system in the UK.
Initially implemented to reduce so erosion, we hear how the system has brought other benefits to the farm. These include enhanced biodiversity and crops more suited to meet the challenges of climate change.Download PDF (142 KB)
Why are trees important for biodiversity?
Woodland is home to a wealth of wildlife. If we don't protect what we have left and work to create woodlands of the future, we stand to lose more than just trees.Discover what trees offer