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Guy’s news: fantasy farms
While most of us have only a limited interest in where our phones, shoes and cars are made, almost everyone cares where, how, and by whom their food is produced.
By Guy Singh-Watson - 1st April 20160
Councils have seen a 'significant increase' in allotment applications as The Black Farmer backs campaign for church and government to help free up more land.
By Nina Pullman - 10th August 20200
How one Cornish organic farmer has reintroduced beavers in a bid to reduce flooding in the local area and improve climate resilience.
By Anna Turns - 6th August 20203
From FODMAP to eating disorders, our diets and relationship with food can be dictated as much by health as by choice, each with their own challenges and impact on wellbeing.
By Nina Pullman - 6th August 20200
Jack Thompson has been redeployed from a sales rep to a picker on Riverford's Devon farm. In this two-part newsletter, he writes about life in the fields.
By Jack Thompson - 5th August 20200
Fry them, bake with them, add Indian spices or sprinkle with sheep’s cheese – read our top inspiration for how to cook with courgettes.
By Becky Marshall - 4th August 20200
A campaign is urging the public to spend their government vouchers at independent restaurants to prevent closures and support local ecosystem of suppliers and staff.
By Nina Pullman - 3rd August 20203
Courgette and squash plants are growing into a lush green jungle in Riverford’s polytunnels, and they are one veg that most gardeners will have success with (…
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