Team


Alexandra Tomlinson MA Vet MB MSc PhD Dip ECZM (Wildlife Population Health) MRCVS
  • Holistic Management 100%
  • Wildlife Population Health 40%
  • Livestock Health Planning 40%
  • Academic Project Development 20%

Alexandra Tomlinson MA Vet MB MSc PhD Dip ECZM (Wildlife Population Health) MRCVS

Alex is a vet who’s worked in general practice, academia, and wildlife disease ecology research. As Alex has followed her career path she has become more and more amazed by nature’s resilience – despite our best efforts, as humans, to use and abuse it.

Over the last few years Alex has become increasingly interested in the role of land management in affecting the health of our entire ecosystem. Alex’s particular interest and expertise lies in understanding the differences between the diseases and infections we see in truly wild animal populations, and those we see in our domesticated and captive species, and especially the complex relationships between disease, land management and human interventions.

Alex is exploring the opportunity for reducing the need for medical intervention and nutritional supplementation in livestock that are managed in ways that mimic wild animal populations, and is investigating valid ways of measuring outcomes of this approach.

Alex is also interested in how many of these principles of livestock and land management could be applied to ourselves to improve our own human health and life experience. Ultimately we too are an animal species that has been taken out of its natural environment and it is little wonder that we struggle to evolve and adapt quickly enough to thrive.

Caroline Grindrod
  • Accredited Professional Holistic Management 100%
  • Wilderculture 25%
  • Regenerative Agriculture 25%
  • Human, Livestock, Soil Health 50%

Caroline Grindrod

Director/Consultant

Caroline is an accredited professional educator in Holistic Management with the Savory Institute and combines her skills in regenerative agriculture and environmental conservation with a cocktail of experience in running diversified farm businesses. Her speciality is helping land based businesses and organisations move from a model of ‘conserving or sustaining’ to ‘regenerating and thriving’ in all three aspects of the triple bottom line; economic, social and ecological.

Caroline has a deep understanding of how human and livestock health is tied to soil health and why all three can be improved by mimicking natural systems.

Renald Flores
  • Holistic Management 100%
  • Soil Microbiological Remediation 40%
  • Change Management 30%
  • Regenerative Agriculture/ Livestock Management 30%

Renald Flores

Consultant/Project Development

Renald is a global professional consultant in Permaculture Design, Keyline Design, Holistic Management (Savory Institute,) and Soil Microbiology (Dr Elaine Ingham network) & Human change.

Renald’s main drive:

– Offering consistent & holistic regenerative agriculture solutions.

– Provide Capacity Development for any communities.

– Develop and implement frameworks integrating Finance, environment & social dynamics for decision making

– Produce Communication solutions.

Renald’s vision for the future:

– Contribute to Human communities stability through spreading regenerative agriculture practices & peace building.

Most recent work done: Soil microbiological regeneration program for market Gardeners, Holistic Decision making Facilitation, Pasture monitoring, Holistic Planned grazing.

Georgia Wingfield-Hayes
  • Woodland Regeneration and Restoration 40%
  • Environmental Biology 30%
  • Regenerative Farming 15%
  • Natural Livestock and Human Health 15%

Georgia Wingfield-Hayes

Woodland Consultant

Georgia has always had a passion for wildlife and the natural world. She studied a degree in environmental biology and has a diverse life experience from working with soil and animal nutrition on farms, to being a wildlife guide in Costa Rica. She’s a natural nutrition practitioner and is interested in how what we eat for our health can be linked with the health of our planet, and help regenerate our land and wildlife.

Georgia specialises in woodland regeneration and tree planting. She is interested in developing integrated approached to accelerating natural succession and how ‘rewilding’ can fit into agricultural systems.