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#59: Upland restoration, agroforestry in Kenya and the language of regeneration

#59: Upland restoration, agroforestry in Kenya and the language of regeneration 150 150 Farmerama Radio

Sarah Kihara at the Treedom tree nursery, Kenya This month, we start by hearing from a holistic grazing and regenerative agriculture expert – Caroline Grindrod. Caroline explores an innovative model…

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#58: Cooperative land, holistic management, Farmer Managed Natural Regeneration, and the secret life of insects

#58: Cooperative land, holistic management, Farmer Managed Natural Regeneration, and the secret life of insects 150 150 Farmerama Radio

Sinead Fenton of Aweside Farm: Credit @awesidefarm This month, we hear from Sinead Fenton and Adam Smith, farmers at Aweside Farm in East Sussex. They’ve been able to access the…

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#57: Fibreshed UK, Chestnuts, The Edible Schoolyard and Welsh Poetry

#57: Fibreshed UK, Chestnuts, The Edible Schoolyard and Welsh Poetry 150 150 Farmerama Radio

Credit: @famergala (Instagram) This month, we’re back to our regular format, bringing you a mix of voices from the regenerative agriculture movement. First up, we hear from Gala Bailey Barker,…

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Farmerama are looking for Community Collaborators for a new series

Farmerama are looking for Community Collaborators for a new series 150 150 Farmerama Radio

‘ *Deadline has been extended to 24th June* ‘Who Feeds Us?’ will share the collective stories of how the people of the UK responded to the supermarket shelves being empty…

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#56: The Bowhouse special

#56: The Bowhouse special 150 150 Farmerama Radio

The East Neuk Market Garden This month brings a special episode, focused on the Bowhouse, in the East Neuk of Fife. The East Neuk is a coastal region in Scotland,…

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Farmerama are looking for audio producers!

Farmerama are looking for audio producers! 150 150 Farmerama Radio

We are looking for audio producers to work with Farmerama on a new series about food producers who have been affected by the pandemic. We have decided to work with…

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#55: Enlightened agriculture, sustainable economies, and regenerative businesses

#55: Enlightened agriculture, sustainable economies, and regenerative businesses 150 150 Farmerama Radio

Colin Tudge at ORFC (Img Credit: ORFC official photographer) As we bring this episode to you, we know that the Coronavirus pandemic is putting many of the farmers and growers…

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#54: Land reform, stewardship, community ownership and land justice

#54: Land reform, stewardship, community ownership and land justice 150 150 Farmerama Radio

At the time of writing, the Coronavirus has forced us all to adjust to a rapidly-changing marketplace, and a lot of uncertainty in UK farming. While we can’t be out…

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#53: Storytelling, Nutrient Density, Fashion Connections & Community Farms

#53: Storytelling, Nutrient Density, Fashion Connections & Community Farms 150 150 Farmerama Radio

Photo credit: Save Trecadwgan Farm Facebook page This month, we bring you the first of 3 special episodes focusing for the most part on stories from the Oxford Real Farming…

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#52: Oxford Real Farming Conference, social justice & land, new forms of land ownership

#52: Oxford Real Farming Conference, social justice & land, new forms of land ownership 150 150 Farmerama Radio

Leah Penniman at ORFC (IMG Credit: ORFC Official Photographer) This episode we’re sharing stories from the Oxford Real Farming Conference (ORFC) – where we were proud to be the official…

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