New entrants to farming in Britain are often faced with a long list of challenges before they even put their wellies on.
Articles: building resilient food systems (113)
An agrarian economy...rises up from the soils, fields, woods, streams, rangelands, hills, mountains, backyards, and rooftops.
Why GMO? How many people could all the empty yards in a suburban block feed if they were put to use growing food?
No doubt, as long as members of our race have felt consoled by the comforting embrace of empire, they have felt the snare grip their ankle as they tried to reclaim whatever was felt to them as an authentic life.
A global shift to regenerative organic agriculture can reverse climate change. In fact, regenerative organic agriculture is the only viable option available to us and is readily achievable.
Young Guatemalan Farmers Fight For Land Rights, Local Food, and Sustainable Traditions Endangered by Global Trade Deals
Campesinos, or rural farmers, are vital for any country.
But if big farms become obsolete, the world would end according to current economic theory. Is that true?
Food security demands a diversified food system that includes urban communities as locations for food production, food preparation, food distribution, and waste reduction/reuse.
The dark mysterious world of soil biology is rarely brought to the daylight of people’s understanding, even in the organic movement, due to the assumption that this is reserved for the in-depth investigations of soil scientists.
The globalisation of food production has led to an industrial monopoly within the agricultural sector.