Harriet is an interdisciplinary scientist working on figuring out the best ways of farming for people and the planet. She leads the field trials component of the Farm Sustainability Toolkit Project, which aim to test the impacts of digital toolkits that monitor the sustainability of agricultural practices. She works directly with farmers to give them the information they need to improve the sustainability of their farms.
Harriet has a BA in Veterinary Medicine and a PhD in Sustainable Farming from the University of Cambridge. She has expertise in measuring the impacts of farms on the climate, biodiversity, emerging infectious disease and animal welfare.