Sarah Whaley Sarah has a diverse range of experience having worked in the UK, Africa and Australia. She has worked with farmers to bring new enterprises on farm in Africa, ranging from building a brassica seedling nursery to developing avocado projects with partners in Israel, and development of a cassava for bio-ethanol programme. In Australia she worked on the Great Barrier Reef Nutrient Reduction Programme in Queensland with arable, horticultural and livestock producers, as well as a stint dairy farming in Tasmania. Since achieving her Masters degree in 2014 her focus has been on improving environmental, economic and social outcomes through regenerative agriculture with a focus on whole systems thinking and the circular economy. She is currently working as Project Support on the development of the FWAG led NEIRF funded UK Farm and Soil Carbon Code project. She is also advising on two programmes piloting Regenerative Certification with international organisations.