Friday 21st November, 7-8pm
Great North Museum: Hancock, Newcastle
Wood pasture is a dynamic ecosystem of trees, scrub, open habitat and grazing animals that has many unique and useful features. In this talk we will explore the evolution, history and future potential of wood pasture habitat in the UK and Europe.
Paul Muto is a land management adviser with Natural England. His interest in wood pasture has developed from his work in woodlands, grazing and the historic environment. He is active in the promotion of agroforestry as a sustainable and productive land management system.