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As the nights draw in, we are winding down into a brief hibernation, but fear not, we have big plans for the new year with a new editor at the helm.
Riverford's petition urging the Government to curb supermarkets’ unfair treatment of farmers already has over 74,000 signatures. Despite this, the campaign has been met with a stony silence from supermarkets.
Banana growers navigate huge challenges during storm season in the Dominican Republic, making the arrival of Dominican bananas in our fruit bowls a remarkable feat.
A hefty whole head of cabbage can be a daunting prospect for some, so here is a guide to using one across a week.
There is a rational argument that concentrating farming on fewer, more intensively farmed acres releases the rest of the land for rewilding and carbon sequestration.
A new report finds that allegations of mistreatment and abuse made by agricultural workers have not been investigated by the Home Office.
Here's why you need more purple veg in your life along with the powerful antioxidants they offer.
Like the extinction of wildlife, skills which have helped people to sympathetically manage our landscape for centuries will be lost if they are not encouraged.
Is the health of the soil and animals linked to our own? Jack Thompson explores the science behind this emerging field.
Sat on my surfboard off Devon’s most southerly beach, I am struck by how much the use of the land above the cliffs has changed since my first visits here as a child.
Issue 12: Fairness and five years.
Find out more about Wicked Leeks and our publisher, organic veg box company Riverford.
One of the biggest links between our food and deforestation of the rainforest is actually through animal feed. We meet the farmers trying to reverse our soy addiction.
Farmers cannot keep feeding us if they are denied commitment and security, and are not making a fair, reasonable profit.
As the pressure of food security sharpens, where does that leave the question of rewilding and biodiversity? Jack Thompson reports.
This small, beautiful field on the side of a hill in Burundi is a far cry from the conference halls of Dubai, where COP 28 will soon be held.
Climate change is here – and if we are going to retain our topsoil to feed future generations, we must re-evaluate traditional farming practices.