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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.
Breaking new ground always requires pig-headed determination, alongside a humble willingness to observe and acknowledge mistakes.
Perhaps 35 years of experience should have tempered my belief that this will be the year when everything will work out.
Three weeks of visiting our suppliers in France and Spain have made me appreciate our giving and forgiving soil, and the gentle, stable climate we enjoy.
'Our survival on this planet relies on us learning from nature, to include growing and eating more perennial crops. Luckily, many of them are very tasty, too,' writes Guy Singh-Watson.
Issue 12: Fairness and five years.
Find out more about Wicked Leeks and our publisher, organic veg box company Riverford.