Sustainable Fish Cities Campaign Coordinator Ruth Westcott sets out an alarming picture of what’s at stake in the upcoming snap General Election
This month's Farmerama features a Care Farm manager, a member of La Via Campesina and a sustainable chef
One farmer's story about switching to more sustainable practices and how grazing livestock can be key to rebuilding soil and reducing chemical inputs
What really lies behind 21st Century famine? As a broader socio-economic and political process, it is a phenomenon far greater than the sum of its parts
There are many misconceptions around Halal slaughter and it often divides opinion. In the hope of stimulating discussion we asked organic smallholder and butcher Muhsen Hassanin to tell us how and ...
We find out how the Center for Land-Based Learning is working to encourage a new generation of farmers in this Q&A with California Farm Academy Director, Sridharan Sethuratnam
Food poverty has been on the rise in Scotland, but there is a move to make fresh, nutritious food a basic right for all
The Ecological Land Co-operative aims to address the lack of affordable sites for ecological land-based livelihoods. They are now seeking funding to help develop two new sites
At Blaencamel, a 50-acre organic farm in the Aeron Valley in Wales, compost is the key to success. This film is about how to make compost the Blaencamel way.
Small farms face an uncertain future post-Brexit and many are already struggling or going out of business. Yet they remain vitally important to rural communities and local economies
This article by Dr William Stiles explains how increasing plant species richness in grassland may help maintain yield and improve soil carbon storage
On this month's Farmerama podcast we hear from a halal butcher, we learn about the Open Food Network and we also hear from CSA growers about new tools and growing veg on the moors