Widely regarded as one of Britain’s best-loved and well-known farmers, Adam Henson is recognised for his decades as a presenter on BBC’s Countryfile. The Cotswold’s based farmer has dedicated his career to his family’s holding and established himself a prominent media expert on all things animals, agriculture and organic produce. As part of his work, Adam has raised awareness for sustainable practices across all businesses and can support corporate teams in developing strategies to work against the climate crisis. When booked as a speaker, Adam is engaging and educational.
Since 2001 Adam has been the presenter of BBC’s Countryfile where he has fronted his own segments for over two decades as one of the viewers’ favourite hosts. Broadcasting to millions each week, Adam’s farming practices are the focus of the outdoors and lifestyle programmes, as he explores such topics as the benefits of local produce, the threats to natural wildlife and the importance of British organic farming. Having found such success as a presenter, Adam has gone on to front Nigel and Adam’s Farm Kitchen, BBC Lambing Live and Secret Britain.
Outside of his media role, Adam is a committed farmer and is the owner of Cotswold Farm Park, a family business that he has taken on from his father, following a year of arable farming in Australia. Having previously gained an HND Agriculture and its Management qualification, Adam has since focused his sights on building a successful business from the farm. Currently, he has a produce shop, holiday accommodation, a restaurant and visitor attractions. Predominantly, Adam is invested in protecting rare breed animals and conversation as a member of the Higher-Level Stewardship which pledges 10 years of work to benefiting wildlife.
The author of five books, and a regular corporate speaker, Adam Henson is an undeniable expert in his field. Booked to speak on his sustainability projects and the British farming landscape, Adam pairs his business acumen with decades of practical experience to advise clients on how they can be part of the environmental solution.