In preparation for the landscaping of the campus at Hooke we went to visit the 20-year old forest garden established by the Agroforestry Research Trust in Devon. Martin Crawford has established 150 species on the site all of which are edible or provide an ecosystem-service to the garden such as attracting pollinators, nitrogen fixers etc. The garden has a complex canopy of high trees, shrubs and ground flora designed to optimise light conditions. For Hooke park the site provides one example of how we may create a diverse, resilient and attractive piece of rural landscaping. The garden is next door to Schumacher College and we took the opportunity to explore possible collaborative opportunities with the Director, John Rae, and Tim Crabtree, lecturer in economics.