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The wool snagged on a corner of a historic sheepfold in the Welsh mountains connects a historic culture of land with sustainability questions facing us today, writes Carwyn Graves.
Cut plastic, buy organic and support fair prices to farmers this Easter with our tips for how to buy (or make) an ethical Easter egg.
It was surprising to hear fellow veg box business Abel & Cole announce last week that they are abandoning compostable plastic packaging in favour of non-compostable.
In a world of progressive farming (be it regenerative, agroecological or plain old sustainable) in grains, livestock and even dairy, are fruit and veg getting a free pass?
A tiny fraction of plastic packaging returned to supermarkets is being recycled and there is a lack of transparency over where the rest of it ends up. An exclusive investigation for Wicked Leeks.
Issue 12: Fairness and five years.
Find out more about Wicked Leeks and our publisher, organic veg box company Riverford.