Carwyn Graves and Alys Fowler have new regular columns for Wicked Leeks.

Welcoming our new columnists Alys Fowler and Carwyn Graves

We are delighted to announce two new regular columnists, exploring themes of biodiversity, landscape and culture.

We are delighted to announce two new regular columnists, exploring themes including biodiversity, landscape and culture in new ways.

A culture of land is a new column by Welsh food historian and writer, Carwyn Graves, exploring the links between food, culture and landscape in Wales. His first piece explores the landscape in Ceredigion and its legacy of smallholder resistance to enclosure.

Beyond the bird feeder is a new series by gardening columnist Alys Fowler as she sets up and designs her new wildlife-centric garden, looking beyond food sources to a much more holistic design with nature at its heart.

Wicked Leeks already hosts a range of voices and regular columnists, including:

Nathan Einbinder, programme lead for regenerative farming at Schumacher College, who writes Regenerative Thinking, a regular column on food, farming and social change.

Alice Whitehead, gardening expert and allotmenteer at Garden Organic, who writes our monthly Grow Your Own seasonal gardening advice column.

Ecological grower and forager Poppy Okotcha writes Practically Radical, a regular column in our print edition on gardening and optimism.

To read all our columnists, sign up to our weekly email or follow us on social media @wickedleeksmag. And don’t forget to join the conversation, ask them questions or share your own thoughts…


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