Kate Holl has been a Woodland Advisor for NatureScot since 1991. Her work on the impacts of herbivores on woodlands led to the development of the Woodland Grazing Toolbox together with a method of assessing the impacts of herbivores in woods. More recently she has been raising awareness of the importance of woodland flowers and understorey that began with her Churchill Fellowship in 2017 (Kate’s full report and blog is available at www. wcmt.org.uk/users/catherineholl2017), and have come together through agroforestry and a conviction that the sensitive integration of agriculture and forestry can unlock solutions for biodiversity and better land-use opportunities. Kate is also an organic smallholder in Central Scotland where many of these ideas are put into practice.