I am a post-doctoral researcher and agroecological grower. My academic training and practical experience has informed my interest in the connections between people, communities and environments, particularly in the context of agri-food systems.
I am interested in the connections between biological and cultural diversity that come alive through agriculture.
My current research focuses upon communities of agro-ecological practice and the role of seed in agroecosystems.
I am also interested in how co-operative ways of working can support sustainable and just food futures.
Current Research: British Council ‘Farming for Climate Justice’ ProjectPoppy Nicol Bio