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Unseasonal extremes in the Vendee
This year, apart from the Covid-19 pandemic, the big news has been all about weather extremes, writes French grower Marco Altamirano.
By Marco Altamirano - 3rd September 20200
Organic business leaders speak out to warn that accelerating biodiversity losses and climate change make this the most important decade ever faced by humanity and urge businesses to act.
By Nina Pullman - 22nd October 20205
Twenty years ago, frustrated by the assertion that 'organic is all very well for the rich, but it will never feed the world', I took a two-month sabbatical to Sub-Saharan Africa to see for myself.
By Guy Singh-Watson - 22nd October 20202
From hasselback Butternuts, to a Delicata tarte tatin, or maybe a griddled Crown Prince - test your squash variety knowledge and get creative with these brand new seasonal Veg Hacks for squash.
By James Evans - 20th October 20200
Mindfulness and sustainable food have always been at the heart of Sharpham Estate, but lockdown brought them to the fore in new ways.
By Nina Pullman - 19th October 20200
Try homegrown quince poached in white wine for a delectable dessert, baked into a tagine or infused into vodka for a perfect festive tipple.
By Becky Blench - 19th October 20201
One of the UK’s first commercial lentil growers tells Nina Pullman why scaling up unusual plant protein crops isn’t a quick fix for sustainable farming.
By Nina Pullman - 19th October 20203
Organic farming leaders and business experts have issued a powerful call for action for businesses to help address an ‘endgame’ scenario in climate and…
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