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Cattle are the Ecosystem Engineers to solve the Climate Crisis
Cattle are the Ecosystem Engineers to solve the Climate Crisis

Wed, 07 Feb

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Cattle are the Ecosystem Engineers to solve the Climate Crisis

Join Edmund Sutcliffe for a discussion on sustainable farming at this joint event with the Oxford Climate Society.

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Time & Location

07 Feb 2024, 18:00 – 19:30 GMT

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About The Event

Join speaker Edmund Sutcliffe for a talk on sustainable food, farming and cattle. 

We will be discussing:

  • The Definition of Regenerative Agriculture
  • The Principles behind Ecosystem Regeneration
  • How to Measure Regeneration
  • Why Cattle are the Ultimate Regenerators

Speaker Edmund  Sutcliffe is a 3rd generation farmer raising grass-fed outwintered cattle on his family farm in Hampshire. While studying Chemistry at  Oxford he was intrigued by root exudates and humic compounds in soil, leading him down the rabbit hole of Permaculture, Holistic Management and Regenerative Agriculture. After a series of internships and courses he took on the family farm in 2020. He has transformed the farm in a few short years, planting herbal leys on all the arable land, converting to Organic, using Holistic Planned Grazing to regenerate the grassland and measuring the results with Ecological Outcome Verification.

This is a joint event with the Oxford Climate Society.

(Photo by Sandra Silva on Unsplash.)

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