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Denise Walton

Denise Walton, Farmer, Food Producer and Ecologist, lives in the Scottish Borders where she farms with her husband and son. Irish by nationality,  Denise was born and bought up in Central Africa. She studied horticulture in her native Ireland followed by degrees (to post-graduate level), in  Environmental Science and Landscape Ecology at the University of London. She  had her own practice for some 20 years as a Landscape and Ecological Advisor, during which she also lectured on conservation and wildlife management at Borders College for 9 years. In professional practice she was a member of both the Chartered Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management and the Landscape Institute. She is now fully involved as a partner in the farm business, in which she is Managing Partner with main responsibility for the diversification and development of  food production from the farm’s livestock  through the on-farm butchery and for the farm’s ecological management. She is a Soil Association Farmer Ambassador for Agroecology; On the Scottish steering group of The Nature Friendly Farming Network and a member of the PFLA Research Advisory Group.

Past events with Denise Walton (1)

The Great Re-Think

April 17, 2021