Agroforestry talk at the University of Lincoln’s Riseholme Campus

On Monday 9th April 2018, the Lincoln Institute for Agri-Food Technology (LIAT) will be hosting its next breakfast briefing at its Riseholme campus, University of Lincoln.

The talk will highlight LIAT’s agroforestry project, looking at the benefits of woodland to landowners and farmers alike.

Speaking at the event will be the University’s Prof Simon Pearson – Director of LIAT and Isobel Wright- Senior Lecturer in Agriculture, in addition to guest speaker Ms Emma Bird, Outreach Advisor at the Woodland Trust.

LIAT's headquarters are at the University’s 200-hectare Riseholme Campus just north of Lincoln, where researchers enjoy access to a working farm, woodlands, grasslands and watercourses.
LIAT’s headquarters are at the University’s 200-hectare Riseholme Campus just north of Lincoln, where researchers enjoy access to a working farm, woodlands, grasslands and watercourses.

Further details of the event can be viewed here.

The event will be held at the University of Lincoln’s Riseholme Hall in the Lincoln Room and Holland Room.

To book your place, email Emma Seamer at eseamer@lincoln.ac.uk