Megan Perry

Megan Perry has joined the ORFC team as joint Communications Manager for this year’s event. She also works as Communications Manager for the Sustainable Food Trust, a UK-based charity that works to accelerate the transition to more sustainable food systems. With a background in farming combined with an interest in international politics and social justice, Megan has worked on several campaigns and events, as well as being a keen researcher and writer when she gets time!

Vivien Sansour

Seed of Self-Worth: Reviving the Lost Foods of Palestine

The problem Vivien identified, of people not wanting to be who they are, is reflected throughout many cultures. Even in the UK, there is a disconnect between wider society and traditional farming practices.

April 25, 2019

Palestinian food

Foods from the Holy Land

From the back streets of Jerusalem to the markets of Nablus we take a journey through some of the most iconic foods, learning how they connect people, offering comfort and community and making tangible years of culture and history.

February 14, 2019

Palestine farming

A Taste of Palestine: Cultivating Resistance

On this culinary tour with a twist, we travelled the West Bank meeting farmers and food producers, eating in local restaurants and with families in refugee camps and Bedouin villages. Heartening and heart-wrenching in equal measure, the ten days spent exploring Palestinian food culture showed a people with a deep love for the land and the food traditions that come with it.

January 29, 2019

Orfc logo

Measuring Sustainability for Fairer Future Policy

At this year’s Oxford Real Farming Conference the Sustainable Food Trust will be convening a session delving into one of the most important issues for future farming policy in the UK – how do we measure on-farm sustainability and bring about convergence in the multitude of conflicting and overlapping assessment and certification systems currently being used?

January 2, 2019


Grass-Fed Nation

Why do we have such a seemingly illogical food system? This is the question at the heart of Graham Harvey’s recently published book, Grass-Fed Nation, a manifesto for grazing livestock and the extensive benefits of mixed farming.

August 1, 2016


Holistic Grazing for Long-Term Resilience

A recent ‘Open-Gate’ day at Croome Court, organised by RegenAg UK and sponsored by Holistic Management International, showed just how beneficial the holistic management of livestock can be.

July 11, 2016

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