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Biodiversity and Food Production: The Future of the British Landscape

This event is for industry, academia, farmers/growers, government and funders involved in AgriFood. We’d like to gather a wide range of opinions around biodiversity and food production.

Event Information

Why Attend?

  • Hear about the challenges around balancing food production and biodiversity promotion from experts
  • Hear from businesses who offer innovative solutions to address some of these challenges
  • Discover new innovation opportunities
    Share your insights via the interactive discussion session
  • Networking
  • Learn about potential future funding


You will be able to browse other attendees’ profiles and request meetings with them. Other attendees will also be able to request meetings with you. This means you can choose strategically who you’d like to speak with.

You can hold your meetings at any points during these two sessions:

Wednesday 1st December: 4-5pm
Thursday 2nd December: 9am-5pm

You will receive more information on the networking and how to sign up after you’ve registered for the event


  • 13:00 – Introduction to KTN
  • 13:10 – Scene Setting Presentations
  • 13:30 – Q&A
  • 13:40 – Panel Session – Challenges faced by the farming & growing communities

Chair: Ruth Bastow, Innovation Director, CHAP, Jerry Alford, Arable & Soils Advisor, Soil Association, Harriet Henrick, Livestock Advisor, NFU & Bill Parker, Head of Technical Programmes, AHDB

  • 14:10 – Interactive Discussion via Mentimeter
  • 14:25 – Break
  • 14:40 – Supply Chain Innovation | Followed by Q&A
  • 15:10 – Funding Opportunities | Followed by Q&A
  • 15:30 – New Innovations
  • 15:55 – Closing Remarks

For more information or to register please click here.