Chantal Brown left the Harmony in Food and Farming Conference feeling inspired to bring about change. Here she writes her personal account of the two days spent in Wales and how its has impacted her
Systemic change is needed and we must begin with education. Bonnie Welch explores the role of harmony in education in her review of the session led by head teacher Richard Dunne
Bristol-based chef, Barny Haughton, talks about the Square Food Foundation and it's work
As coconut oil becomes increasingly popular, Zoe Nielson explores the impact on our health and the environment
Barny Haughton, Bristol-based chef and founder of the Square Food Foundation, speaks to us about why he got involved with the Harmony in Food and Farming Conference
Maria Lettini, Director of the FAIRR Initiative, uncovers some of the hidden sustainability and fraud issues around meat, and asks how we can ensure meat production is sustainable for the future
This month on Farmerama we get a report from the SoilHack gathering, we learn about the Tyeni project in Malawi and we hear from an Essex farmer about how he's managing the ever-encroaching sea
Dame Ellen MacArthur will be speaking at our Harmony in Food and Farming Conference on 10th July, in Llandovery, Wales. Read this Q&A to find out more
A look at what is being done to train a new generation in the principles and practices of sustainable agriculture
Farmland habitat is perhaps the most important environment in the UK in terms of wildlife and biodiversity. By changing approaches to farming, it may be possible to enhance the potential for resili...
What do earthworms actually do? Discover how these remarkable creatures play a crucial role in the soil and may hold the key to fixing soil degradation
Gaye Donaldson and Nick Mayhew will be running a session at the Harmony in Food and Farming Conference called Reconciling Systemic Discord in which they will introduce a leading-edge methodology us...