Yearly Archives: 2018

Agroforestry: what it is and why it matters

A timely publication from the Woodland Trust and Soil Association – launched at a meeting of the All Party Parliamentary Group on Agroecology this week (June 12)  just before the … Read on

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Support amongst UK pig farmers and agricultural stakeholders for the use of food losses in animal feed

This research, featuring the results of a survey of 82 pig farmers and 81 other stakeholders  at the British Pig & Poultry Fair on the 10-11 May 2016, Stoneleigh, Warwickshire … Read on

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National Organic Combinable Crops July 3 2018

Now in its eleventh year, this one-day event near Telford, Shropshire, will offer organic and non-organic farmers the chance to learn about the latest innovations in the sector, and discover … Read on

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Todmorden’s Incredible Festival of Ideas June 21- 24 2018

Do join us on the Saturday (June 23) from 10.00am – 5.00pm: the Food day for the festival to be held at Todmorden Community College The theme is “Food: the … Read on

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Post Brexit Environmental Watchdog: will it have teeth?

A letter in today’s FT (May 30) from Victor Anderson Visiting Professor, Global Sustainability Institute, Anglia Ruskin University, UK and Rupert Read Reader in Philosophy, University of East Anglia, UK fears … Read on

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Public money for public goods: what is it, and is it “good” for real farming?

Sustain have produced this briefing on Public Money for Public Goods as a way of supporting farming beyond Brexit and the end of CAP They would like to see Public … Read on

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Job Opening for the European Access to Land Network

The Access to Land Network brings together grassroots organisations from across Europe to share experiences and promote the significance of access to land for agroecological transition and generational renewal. Established … Read on

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“100 Years of Rural Development in China”

“100 Years of Rural Development in China” A talk by Sun Jun Co-founder and Director of AIGE – Hunan Rural Way Foundation Founder of Beijing Green Cross on Saturday May … Read on

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Guy Singh-Watson on why Riverford’s becoming worker owned

In June Riverford Organic becomes worker-owned. Here Guy explains why he’s made this decision.

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Oxford Real Farming Conference recruiting: Conference Manager

2019 will be our 10th anniversary.  So a special year for us – as well as the whole farming community as we face Brexit! And a huge opportunity for a … Read on

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