Skip to main content
Paul Burgess

Paul Burgess

Professor, Cranfield University

Paul has 30 years of UK and European research experience focused on agroforestry (the integration of trees on farm) covering production, biodiversity, carbon, and financial impacts.  He was secretary of the Farm Woodland Forum ( from 2002 to 2022.

Join Paul in person at the following:

Natural Capital - Unlocking the Value Session

How agroforestry can increase natural capital on UK farms

Wednesday, 6 March at 11:10.

About this session:

Agroforestry, the integration of trees with farming, can increase natural capital on UK farms. Research and experience is demonstrating that planting fruit trees can increase food production, tree establishment can offset greenhouse gas emissions on other parts of the farm, agroforestry can increase on-farm biodiversity, and parkland systems can have high recreational value.




2024 Partners

exit popup

Don't miss out! Register your FREE ticket for Low Carbon Agriculture

The business event showcasing low carbon practices, technology and energy solutions for a profitable & sustainable farming future.

NAEC Stoneleigh, 5-6th March 2025

Register your interest for Low Carbon Agriculture 2025