Sam Adams runs the Low Carbon Farming project at the Soil Association. The project provides information and support for farmers to increase their resource efficiency and to decrease their farm’s carbon footprint.
Sam grew up in London and then moved to Zimbabwe and Uganda. He has spent the last five years working with farmers in South Africa and Lesotho, promoting sustainable land use and food security. While managing a self-sufficient 2-acre smallholding, he also ran an agricultural academy working with African farmers, teaching organic agriculture and permaculture. He currently lives in Bath with his wife and daughter.