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Collaborative venture between leading organisations working to support sustainable farming in the UK; masses of information!
Inspiration and information to ensure your farming business is profitable and sustainable in this changing economic and environmental climate.
Encouraging and supporting farmers and growers ing reducing their farm greenhouse gas emissions, increasing their farm energy resilience and in doing so also improving their farm business in the future.
An annual conference asking the really big questions like what kind of farming do we really need and why - but also focusing on the minutiae of practice, seeing who, right now in Britain and the world at large, is truly farming and marketing and cooking in ways that the world really needs, and others can emulate.The website has an archive of recordings from previous conferences.
Charity working to enable farmers, scientists, citizens and policy-makers to transition towards systems of food production that don’t do damage to the environment, or our health - another portal with masses of information and onward connections, this time with more of a global perspective.
Independent online farming magazine and newsletter dedicated to stories of sustainable food culture in the UK and beyond; a platform for the new breed of “Indie Farmers” – small scale producers, growers and livestock keepers – that are redefining tradition and exploring new ways to farm and produce real food.
Monthly podcast sharing the voices of smaller scale farmers in the UK and beyond.
The Pasture-Fed Livestock Association brings together British farmers committed to producing high quality food in a more natural way.
Over-arching accrediting body providing international support for online and in-person education in Holistic Management
Facebook group for discussion related to implementing Holistic Management and Holistic Planned Grazing within a UK context
Graham Harvey's online portal about the benefits of pasture-based food systems, with video journalism explaining this from human, animal, and soil health perspectives
Joel Salatin's farm website.