We are pleased to introduce Charlie Ennals; our new Assistant Farm Adviser.

Since completing a BSc in Environmental Science at the University of Brighton in 2013, Charlie has been working in conservation. Her interest in agriculture and conservation developed at University, whilst looking into farmer attitudes towards agri-environment schemes as a focus for her third year dissertation.

Since leaving university, Charlie began her career as a Land Management Adviser for Natural England. In this position she worked mostly on HLS applications and Sites of Special Scientific Interest.

Following this she took up the role of Catchment Sensitive Farming Officer for the Bure, Ant and Muckfleet catchment and more recently she worked as a Project Assistant for a small environmental consultancy.

We are pleased to welcome Charlie to the team, where she will be assisting us with a diverse range of work including pineline restoration as part of Breaking New Ground and cluster farm applications under Countryside Stewardship.