B3: Agricultural Land Use Post Brexit

From modelling exercises and scenario building to advocacy and policy proposals: post Brexit land use is not suffering from an attention deficit. But what do we really know about the likely balance and intensity of land use as the impact of CAP diminishes? This session will explore the possibilities and potentialities for a post-CAP agriculture.

Chair: Michael Winter, University of Exeter  –  Valuing Nature Programme Coordination Team

The emerging context for domestic agricultural policy post Brexit 
Rob Cooke, Natural England

TPAL Tipping points in lowland agricultural landscapes: A case study from Dorset
Stephen Watson,  Bournemouth University  -  Valuing Nature TPAL Project

Hefted to Hill: Art as process in revealing the unheeded values of upland farming which deliver for nature & society
Ewan Allinson, Northern Heartlands

Farming food, growing nature post Brexit – a view from Wales
Andrew Tuddenham, National Trust