Prof. John Holland

Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust

Head of Farmland Ecology and has been an agro-ecologist for 30 years with a broad expertise of farmland ecosystems, Integrated Crop Management, farmland wildlife and development of remedial measures including exploitation of ecosystem services.

Professor Holland is also an associate professor at the University of Sussex (from Sept 2016) and has co-ordinated the EU FP7 QuESSA project and been the lead scientist of many nationally funded projects. He has over 80 publications in peer-reviewed journals and conducted outreach activities involving policy makers, government statutory bodies, Non-Government Organisations, land managers and technical advisors. He is a Council member of the International Organisation for Biological Control/WPRS and an international authority of farmland invertebrates.

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