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As he sells his final shares in Riverford, Wicked Leeks editor Nina Pullman chats to founder Guy Singh-Watson about his thoughts on ownership, how it feels to step back and what's next.
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.
We're told that cows are bad for the environment, but it's not as straightforward as that. Emily Muddeman visits Haye Farm to find out more.
Farm work is often undesirable and difficult, attracting only the fringes of society and overseas workers. So how can we make agricultural labour more attractive and finally address the labour shortages in the UK?
We meet the renowned no-dig expert Charles Dowding to find out why digging the soil is bad, what to do instead and how to start up a low-cost and thriving no-dig garden to save time on weeding and avoid chemicals.
Lying between ocean and land, and bypassing the issues of overfishing or intensive farming, a quiet revolution is brewing.
Wrongly associated with the effects of marijuana, hemp is a highly sustainable crop that can be used for food, textiles or building materials. We find out more.
Issue 12: Fairness and five years.
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