A harmony between agriculture and the natural world exists. Currently, it is in a form of infancy, incubating away; I work to help it grow and become mainstream.

At present, agricultural management is a major driver of biodiversity and natural resource decline; there is another way. 

Acknowledging, understanding and overcoming the ever-growing challenges that have stemmed from the productivist and consumptive mentality, requires an enlightened, multi-sector, multi-national, and multi-cultural approach; an evolution.

With leadership and a passionate disposition, my time is focused on transforming our impact upon ecosystems and our food security. I have a vested interested in the wider application of Agroecology and Agroforestry, with their positive impacts upon productivity, soil growth, carbon storage, flood prevention, diversification, and resilience. 

My contribution is to divert the course of modern agriculture and that requires the human skills of collaboration and empathy, along with the ability to comprehend systems-thinking and innovation. 

We are all interconnected; think globally, act locally. 

In my personal life, I am a writer, yoga practitioner, Zen student, dog owner, IPA enthusiast, football fan, tree climber and a bookworm, all whilst keeping true to my personality as a public advocate for peace and ethical evolution. ✌🏻

Please feel free to email me - I would love to hear from you. 

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