The Real Organic Project has been created to help educate and connect those who care about organic farming.
Online how-to guides with practical advice from growers on testing and improving soil health are among a toolkit of resources available following the end of the Soil Association’s three-year involvement with the GREATsoils project.
The organic sector needs to change the way it engages with farmers, consumers and policy makers if the huge opportunities offered by the sector are to be taken more seriously.
Work needs to start now to inspire young people to take up careers in horticulture and reduce agriculture’s reliance on migrant labour in the face of Brexit, according to a new Soil Association report.
Major agroforestry trials should be established during the EU withdrawal period according to a report launched today (12 June) by the Woodland Trust and Soil Association.
The Landworkers’ Alliance and Growing Communities today launch their “Horticultural Renewal Programme”, a series of practical proposals, accompanied by illustrative case studies, for a scheme to dramatically increase local fruit and vegetable production following Brexit.
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The English Organic Forum has written to Environment Secretary of State Michael Gove highlighting that the UK is lagging behind its major European competitors in the development of organic food and farming.
Expert stakeholders have given a cautious welcome to the government’s ambition to achieve “sustainably managed soils” by 2030 but...
Government announces a range of measures including compulsory milk contracts and £10m collaboration fund to provide greater security for farmers.