We are delighted to announce we have recruited Adam Copeland to our team. Adam will be working to support the NFFN Northern Ireland farmer steering group, helping our farmers have a stronger voice in policy discussions and supporting you in getting more from being a NFFN member.
Adam graduated from Queen’s University Belfast with a master’s course on sustainable development. Through this he has acquired experience in calculating and managing carbon balances, agroforestry, environmental management, and agriculture policy.
Adam works on a large dairy farm in County Armagh and as a freelance environmental consultant with his business – Cusher Environmental Consultancy. He has experience carrying out carbon audits for farms of varying sizes, as well as helping to deliver fire risk management and nutrient management reports for major environmental areas for Northern Ireland.
Adam also volunteers as biodiversity officer with the Glenanne Development Association, who own and manage a 40 acre mixed woodland in the heart of the County Armagh countryside. He has worked closely with local authorities on managing habitats for both public use and enjoyment as well as to offer a safe haven for nature. As a part of his work, Adam is involved with lobbying local and regional politicians to help enact change to promote biodiversity.
To contact Adam please email: firstname.lastname@example.org