“any system can improve with small tweaks.”
What Will Be On Our Plate In 2042?
As the UK Government is set to return England to GM engineered foods, in Tayside farmers have been looking at a quite different way of farming: creating a Bioregion.
Improving Soil A ‘Win Win’ For Biodiversity
Investing in the ground beneath our feet could have wide-ranging benefits for the environment, animal and human health
Food, Poverty & Farming
“People need access to fresh, affordable, healthy foods. But if you have no income, that’s impossible, so there’s a little bit more work to do.”Denise Bentley, First Love Foundation
Research on Grain Analysis in Regenerative Farming
“Although I am happy with the improvements that I’ve made in creating a well-structured soil, we can do more to get the very best root penetration and therefore nutrient uptake.” Ben Barron