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To celebrate Wicked Leeks turning five years old, we asked our readers for nominations of their own food and farming heroes. Here are some of our favourites.
The South Devon Food Hub will allow small food and drink producers to share storage and resources and ultimately connect with the local community.
It isn’t difficulty finding British food that’s harming farmers, it's unfair treatment, low prices and a hands-off approach by the government.
The joy of walking in nature reminds of us what we’re fighting for, writes Sarah Wilson in her new book exploring the power and connection to be found under our feet.
I became impassioned about breaking through the rhetoric that seed production should be left for the experts and felt strongly that we should be producing more of our own seed.
Issue 12: Fairness and five years.
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